Volume 11, Number 1 Issue of the #ISOJ Journal

This issue takes a special look into the evolution of online journalism today: from algorithms to zombie news sites. The six articles included in this issue were selected from the blind-reviewed 2021 ISOJ paper competition. These six articles will also be presented at the 2021 International Symposium on Online Journalism conference in late April.

Table of Contents

Volume 11 | Issue 1 | Spring 2021

Editors’ Note | by Amy Schmitz Weiss, Ph.D. & Rosental Calmon Alves

The language of online news: How science and health reporting in English impacts Latinx audiences | Ryan Wallace

Mapping digital-native U.S. Latinx news: Beyond geographical boundaries, language barriers, and hyper-fragmentation of audiences | Jessica Retis and Lourdes M. Cueva Chacón

Thematic analysis of journalism engagement in practice | Mark Poepsel

Cued up: How audience demographics influence reliance on news cues, confirmation bias and confidence in identifying misinformation | Amber Hinsley

More than code: The complex network that involves journalism production in five Brazilian robot initiatives | Silvia DalBen and Amanda Chevtchouk Juno

What’s on your page, on your pa-a-a-ge: Zombie content and paywall policies in American community newspapers, 2015-2020 | Burton Speakman and Marcus Funk