Entrepreneurial journalism in greater China and Southeast Asia
Case Studies and Tools for Media Professionals
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Entrepreneurial Journalism in China and Southeast Asia explores how journalism and digital media platforms and operations launch and run as successful news and business operations as digitisation spreads throughout Asia. Judith Clarke presents readers with essential practical guidance in relation to a range of case studies of news and journalism start-ups in Southeast Asia, Hong Kong and China, including Coconuts, Hong Kong Free Press, Factwire and Asian Correspondent. Blending a theoretical approach with core business and newsgathering expertise to provide an engaging overview of contemporary entrepreneurial concepts and their vital relationship in finding new markets for journalism today.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Entrepreneurialism, journalism and Asia
Chapter 2 Entrepreneurial journalism in Southeast Asia and greater China
Chapter 3 Finding your niche and getting your journalism startup on the way
Chapter 4 Money to start up
Chapter 5 Technological and journalism skills for your startup
Chapter 6 Funding your journalism enterprise – income
Chapter 7 Sustaining and scaling your enterprise, ethics and outcomes
Chapter 8 Case studies
Judith Clarke is a semi-retired associate professor in the School of Communication, Hong Kong Baptist University. She has taught journalism for 25 years, and was a journalist for ten years before that, mainly with Asiaweek magazine covering Southeast Asia. Her main area of research has been in journalism practices in Southeast Asia.