Networked media introduce a new interface between the producers and consumers of information, across a range of platforms. Centralized distribution, connecting the worlds of producer and user through a screen now allows for (1) immediate, two-way, personalized responses, and (2) dialogue about content, and (3) joint content creation. But interactions do not ensue simply because a mechanism is provided; the desire must also exist. Dismissing utopian ideas of citizens empowered by technological development [7, 8], Jensen  says: "As news services increasingly become available as computer media, they gain in importance as agenda-setters, cultural fora, and to some degree,…
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