Volume 3, Number 2 Issue of the #ISOJ Journal

In 2013, for the first time, the journal was launched at the ISOJ conference. The studies published here are representative of the main topics of online journalism that are right now catching the attention of academics in the United States and around the world . They range from the impact of social media and search engine optimization on newsroom routines to the evolution of data-driven reporting, from changes in journalism education to how the media in India embraced digital, and how computers were adopted by newspapers in Egypt .

Table of Contents

Volume 3 | Issue 2

40 Million Page Views is Not Enough: An Examination of the Christian Science Monitor’s Evolution from SEO to Engagement | Jonathan Groves and Carrie Brown-Smith

Blueprint for Change: From the Teaching Hospital to the Entrepreneurial Model of Journalism Education | Donica Mensing and David Ryfe

Researching The New Relationship Between Audiences and Journalism: A Methodological Toolkit | Irene Serrano Vazquez

Read, Not Dead: A Case Study of #redanddead Viral News Spread | Geoffrey Michael Graybeal, Jiran Hou, and Carmen Hernández-Ojeda

iPerceive: Platform Priorities and Workplace Innovation in America’s Consumer Magazine Industry | Elizabeth Hendrickson, Vandana Singh, and Caroline Redmond

Excellence in Journalistic Use of Social Media Through the Eyes of Social Media Editors| David A. Craig and Mohammad Yousuf

Interactives of Olympic Proportions: The Diffusion of Data Journalism at The New York Times | Cindy Royal

The “Status” of News: Implementation of Networked Technologies in Television News Organizations | Tamar Ashuri and Atara Frenkel-Faran

The Scion of Public Journalism: Case Study Evidence of a Link between Public and Social Journalism and the Potential for an Atomized Public Sphere | Mark A. Poepsel

Website Features of the Top 100 Circulation U.S. Newspapers | Heather Heater, Anita Ford, Jeremy Lyons, Brad Beckwith, Kris Miller and Robert Bergland

‘Sharing’ the News on Facebook: Exploring the Differences Between News-Sharers and Non-Sharers on the Social Media Site | Amber Hinsley and Samantha Johnson

Accept NO Substitutes! Well, Maybe Some…: Online Political Information, Credibility and Media Substitution | Thomas J. Johnson, Barbara K. Kaye, and Aimee Meader

Finding Their Voice: Examining Some Internet-Based Initiatives That Are Changing the Face of the Indian Media Industry: An Exploratory Study | Paromita Pain

Revisiting the Church-State Separation: A Comparative Consideration of the Effects of Advertiser Pressure on Traditional and Online Journalism | Philip M. Napoli

The ‘Original Platform’: How Newsrooms Build Digital Loyalty and Generate Revenue Through Face-to-Face Engagement | Jake Batsell

Diffusion and Use of ICTs in Egyptian Newsrooms: A Longitudinal Approach | Ahmed El Gody