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WikiLeaks: News In The Networked Era

A lecture about the significance of WikiLeaks as a model for or indicator of new trends in radical journalism
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charlie beckett

on 14 December 2012

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Transcript of WikiLeaks: News In The Networked Era

Wikileaks:
News In The Networked Era
by
Charlie Beckett
LSE
Bilgi University
17.12.12 What was Wikileaks?
What does it mean for journalism?
What does it signify for political communications? 1. Case study of the future of journalism

2. Central to the debate about the Open Internet

3. Battleground for the nature of political communications http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/iraq-war-logs Professor Charlie Beckett
Director, Polis, LSE
Head of Department of Media and Communications
Email: c.h.beckett@lse.ac.uk
Twitter: @CharlieBeckett
Blog: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/polis/
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