The algorithmic turn

William Uricchio (2011). "The algorithmic turn: photosynth, augmented reality and the changing implications of the image". Visual Studies. Volume 26, Issue 1, pp. 25-35. http://web.mit.edu/uricchio/Public/pdfs/pdfs/Algorithmic_Turn.pdf

Philip M. Napoli (2013). "The Algorithm as Institution: Toward a Theoretical Framework for Automated Media Production and Consumption". http://www.fordham.edu/images/undergraduate/communications/the%20algorithm%20as%20institution.pdf

Philip M. Napoli (2014). "On Automation in Media Industries: Integrating Algorithmic Media Production into Media Industries Scholarship". Media Industries Journal 1.1 (2014), pp. 33-38. http://www.mediaindustriesjournal.org/index.php/mij/article/download/14/17




Journalism in Digital Times

Mapping Digital Media: Global Findings

The Global Findings reveal common themes across the world:

- Governments and politicians have too much influence over who owns, operates, and regulates the media.
- Many media markets are rife with monopolistic, corrupt, or untransparent practices.
- It’s not clear where many governments and other bodies get their evidence for changes or updates to laws and policies on media and communication.
- Media and journalism online offer hope of new, independent sources of information, but are also a new battleground for censorship and surveillance.
- Data about the media worldwide are still uneven, unstandardized, and unreliable, and are often proprietary rather than freely accessible.