(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
We live in a hectic media everyday life, where one bulwark after another falls. Traditional paper newspapers work intensely to keep up with media technology developments and (against) willingly adapt to the online reality at a breakneck pace. At the same time, the newsrooms for highly analogue employees are being slimmed down, and in the districts one local newspaper after another is being thrown out with the digital bathing water. Behind the keyboard are other writing-hungry people hammering out their opinions on social media – and professional bloggers enter into alliances with both "followers". . .
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