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Journalism, just like journalism research, is confronted with trends related to the processes of deep mediatization: the increasing differentiation, connectivity, and omnipresence of digital media, the rapid pace of innovation, and the seemingly unstoppable rise of the datafication of everyday life. In the course of these developments, journalism research has had to broaden its scope over the years, particularly in terms of the actors, practices and types of organization that are affected bydoi:10.21241/ssoar.70816 fatcat:iank4sdatzhiraajqt3kbcmxju