A first-person promise?

Authors Kiki de Bruin , Yael de Haan , Sanne Kruikemeier , Sophie Lecheler , Nele Goutier
Published in Journalism
Publication date 25 May 2020
Research groups Quality Journalism in Digital Transition
Type Article

Summary

Major news outlets increasingly use immersive techniques in their journalistic productions. The idea is that, through the application of immersive technologies, the news consumer can engage with and be part of the story. However, we do not know, to what extent this promise is actually fulfilled in productions currently accessible to news audiences. This study uses a multi-step approach to fill this knowledge gap.

researchcomponents.publicationcontent.personslist.publicationauthors

  • Kiki de Bruin | Researcher | Quality Journalism in Digital Transition
    Kiki de Bruin
    • PhD candidate
    • Research groups: Quality Journalism in Digital Transition
  • Yael de Haan | Professor | Quality Journalism in Digital Transition
    Yael de Haan
    • Professor
    • Research groups: Quality Journalism in Digital Transition

Language English
Published in Journalism
Key words content analysis , immersive journalism , literature review , virtual reality
Digital Object Identifier https://doi.org/10.1177/1464884920922006

Kiki de Bruin

Kiki de Bruin | Researcher | Quality Journalism in Digital Transition

Kiki de Bruin

  • PhD candidate
  • Research group: Quality Journalism in Digital Transition