Sonja Kretzschmar's research while affiliated with Universität der Bundeswehr München and other places

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Medienkonvergenz prägt die disruptiven Entwicklungen im Journalismus. In der Produktion journalistischer Inhalte führt dies zunehmend zu einer Form der crossmedialen Berichterstattung, bei der komplementär zu den traditionellen Darstellungsformen der monomedialen Berichterstattung innovative neue Darstellungsformen entstehen. Eine relativ neue Form...
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Immer mehr Zuschauer nutzen die Möglichkeit, sich während einer Fernsehsendung online über die Sendungsinhalte auszutauschen oder sich weitergehende Informationen über das Programm einzuholen. Diese sendungsbezogene Internetnutzung wird unter dem Sammelbegriff Social TV zusammengefasst. Als ein nutzergetriebenes Phänomen ist Social TV auf hohe Mark...
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For two decades, convergence culture has been an important motivator for change in journalism worldwide. Journalism research has followed these developments, investigating the dimensions of change that define convergence as a cultural shift in the newsroom. Research in the European context has mostly been comprised of national case studies of flags...

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... In equation (2), V ij is the connection weight between input layer node I and hidden layer node J, whose initial value is random. F(y) is a nonlinear sigmoid transfer function [13]. Input of output layer node j: ...
... In advance of the quantitative study, a qualitative pilot study was conducted in Germany in 2011 (Kretzschmar and Kinnebrock 2012). Twelve journalists in managerial positions from differently scaled and located newspaper outlets were interviewed (39 minutes in average). ...
... Indeed, it has been argued that journalism is an increasingly high emotional labour job due to transformations in the industry, particularly those in the past decade. These include, but are not limited to, the rise of precarity (Siapera, 2019), the need for multi-platform production (Menke et al., 2018), working with social media and engaging with its audiences (Deuze and Witschge, 2018), and dealing with social media abuse (Binns, 2017;Lezard, 2020). ...