Kostas Saltzis Publications

Journal Articles and Book Chapters:

  • Dickinson, R., Matthews, J., & Saltzis, K. (In press, 2013). Studying journalists in changing times: understanding news work as socially-situated practice. International Communication Gazette, 75(1). 
  • Gunter B. Saltzis K. & Campbell V. (In Press, 2013) 'The Changing Nature of Party Election Broadcasts: The Growing Influence of Political Marketing', The Journal of Political Marketing.
  • Saltzis, K. (2012). 'Breaking News Online: How news stories are updated and maintained around-the-clock'. Journalism Practice, 6 (5-6), pp702-710, DOI: 10.1080/17512786.2012.667274 
  • Saltzis, K. (2012). Doing journalism online: How UK news organisations have adapted in the age of the internet. In E. Siapera, & A. Veglis (Eds.), The Handbook of Global Online Journalism. Wiley.
  • Saltzis K (2009) ‘News Production: Changing Practices and Roles of Journalists’, In Fioretti, N and Russ-Mohl, S (eds) Merging Media, Converging Newsrooms. Lugano, Switzerland: European Journalism Observatory/Università della Svizzera italiana.
  • Saltzis K & Dickinson R (2008) Inside the changing newsroom: journalists’ responses to media convergence, Aslib Proceedings, 60 (3), pp.216-228, DOI: 10.1108/00012530810879097

Reports:

  • Saltzis K. (2007) ‘News production in the age of convergence: a study on the changing practices and role of journalists’, In Communication Crossroads: limits and Transgressions- Proceedings of the IV International Conference Communication & Reality, edited by Pere Masip and Josep Rom, Volume I: 385-398. Barcelona: Facultat de Communicacio Blanquerna Universitat Ramon Llull.
  • Gunter B, Saltzis K. & Campbell V. (2006) ‘The Changing Nature of Party Election Broadcasts: The Growing Influence of Political Marketing’, Report prepared for the Nuffield Foundation, Department of Media and Communications, University of Leicester
  • Conference papers: 

    • Saltzis, K. (2011, September 8) ‘Breaking news online: A study on the patterns of news story updates in UK websites’. In Future of Journalism. Cardiff University.
    • Saltzis, K. (2010, October 13). ‘Breaking news online’. 3rd European Communication Conference ECREA. Hamburg.
    • Saltzis, K. (2008, March 7). ‘News production & convergence’. In Merging Media, Converging Newsrooms Conference. Lucerne University.
    • Saltzis, K. (2008, July 20). ‘How convergence affects the management and the production of news organisations’. In IAMCR, Global Divides Conference. Stockholm.
    • Saltzis K (2008) ‘Managing convergence in the newsroom: The end of single media journalists?’ Conference paper, 2nd European Communication Conference, ECREA, 25-28 November, Barcelona
    • Saltzis K (2007) ‘Media convergence in news organisations’, Doctoral Inaugural Lecture, University of Leicester, 5 December 2007
    • Saltzis K. (2007) ‘News production in the age of convergence: a study on the changing practices and role of journalists’, Conference paper, IV International Conference Communication & Reality, 25-26 May 2007, Barcelona
    • Saltzis K. (2007) ‘From single to multi media news: how convergence affects the management and the production of newspapers’ Conference paper, The Future of Newspapers Conference, Cardiff University, 12-13 September 2007


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