Volume 4, Number 1 Issue of the #ISOJ Journal

The fourth volume of #ISOJ reflects diverse articles that reflect the evolution in digital journalism today. The research in this year’s volume range from the importance of preserving digital content to the continual changing culture in newsrooms to the impact of digital curation tools on news consumption to the power of locative media.

Table of Contents

Volume 4 | Issue 1

Preserving the Unpreservable: Form, Content, Copyright and the Archiving of Born-Digital NewspapersLisa Lynch and Paul Fontaine

Back to the Future of News: Looking at Locative Media Principles in the Pre-News EraClaudia Silva

“A Huge Culture Change”: Newsrooms at La Presse and The Montreal Gazette Reflect on the Shift to Digital-FirstLisa Lynch

Curmudgeons but Yet Adapters: Impact of Web 2.0 and Twitter on Newspaper Sports Journalists’ Jobs, Responsibilities, and RoutinesEdward M. Kian and Ray Murray

Native Advertising and Digital Natives: The Effects of Age and Advertisement Format on News Website Credibility JudgmentsPatrick Howe and Brady Teufel

The Impact of Curation On Stories’ Objectivity: Audience Criteria of Perceived Objectivity of StorifyVittoria Sacco and Yanjun Zhao

Two Screens, Two Paths: News Production for Smartphones and Tablets on the Brazilian Newspaper Scene Adriana Barsotti

Bienvenido a Miami y Más: Immigration Frames in English and Spanish Newspapers During the 2012 Florida Republican Primary |  A.J. “Alex” Avila