Adoption of information technology by Greek journalists: A case study

Andreas Veglis, George Tsourvakas, Andreas Pomportsis, Evagelia Avraam


The information age has created many challenges for every profession. In the case of journalism the introduction of information technology has altered considerably various aspects of the profession. Today various computerized sources are regularly being used in media organizations. This paper investigates the adoption of information technology by Greek journalists. The study focuses on journalists working in local newspapers.

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