Shangyuan Wu
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When journalism and automation intersect: Assessing the influence of the technological field on contemporary newsrooms
S Wu, EC Tandoc Jr, CT Salmon
Journalism practice 13 (10), 1238-1254, 2019
Journalism reconfigured: Assessing human–machine relations and the autonomous power of automation in news production
S Wu, EC Tandoc Jr, CT Salmon
Journalism studies 20 (10), 1440-1457, 2019
Man vs. machine? The impact of algorithm authorship on news credibility
EC Tandoc Jr, LJ Yao, S Wu
Digital Journalism 8 (4), 548-562, 2020
A field analysis of journalism in the automation age: Understanding journalistic transformations and struggles through structure and agency
S Wu, EC Tandoc, CT Salmon
Digital journalism 7 (4), 428-446, 2019
Data “objectivity” in a time of coronavirus: uncovering the potential impact of state influence on the production of data-driven news
S Wu
Digital Journalism 9 (9), 1303-1320, 2021
Uncovering alternative ‘journalism crisis’ narratives in Singapore and Hong Kong: When state influences interact with Western liberal ideals in a changing media landscape
S Wu
Journalism 19 (9-10), 1291-1307, 2018
When new media operates within a state-mediated press system: assessing new media’s impact on journalism crisis perceptions in Singapore and Hong Kong
S Wu
Information, Communication & Society 23 (4), 572-587, 2020
Salmon. 2019.“Journalism Reconfigured: Assessing Human–Machine Relations and the Autonomous Power of Automation in News Production.”
S Wu, EC Tandoc, T Charles
Journalism Studies 20 (10), 1440-1457, 2019
Assessing the potential of Channel NewsAsia as the next ‘Al Jazeera’: A comparative discourse analysis of Channel NewsAsia and the BBC
S Wu
Global Media and Communication 9 (2), 83-99, 2013
Asian Newsrooms in Transition: A Study of Data Journalism Forms and Functions in Singapore’s State-Mediated Press System
S Wu
Journalism Studies 23 (4), 469-486, 2022
Evaluating “exemplary data journalism” from Asia: An exploration into South China Morning Post’s data stories on China and the world
S Wu
Journalism 24 (9), 2042-2058, 2023
Journalism's Immersive Shift: Uncovering Immersive Journalism's Adherence to Traditional News Values, Norms, Routines and Roles
S Wu
Journalism practice, 1-16, 2022
As Mainstream and Alternative Media Converge?: Critical Perspectives from Asia on Online Media Development
S Wu
Journalism Practice 17 (7), 1357-1373, 2023
Assessing the growth of data journalism start-ups as alternative media and their roles in “flawed democracies”
S Wu
Journalism 25 (6), 1310-1327, 2024
Uncovering conceptions of “journalism crisis” in Singapore and Hong Kong: When state influences interact with Western liberal ideals in a globalizing media landscape
S Wu
Simon Fraser University, 2016
An Asian version of data journalism?: Uncovering “Asian values” in data stories produced across Asia
S Wu
Journalism 25 (1), 180-197, 2024
A Field Analysis of Immersive Technologies and Their Impact on Journalism: Technologist Perspectives on the Potential Transformation of the Journalistic Field
S Wu
Journalism Studies 24 (3), 387-402, 2023
What is (automated) news? A content analysis of algorithm-written news articles
EC Tandoc Jr, S Wu, J Tan, S Contreras-Yap
Media & Jornalismo 22 (41), 103-120, 2022
Can East Asia produce its own" Al-Jazeera"? Assessing the potential of Channel NewsAsia as a global media contra-flow
S Wu
Simon Fraser University, 2010
Data Journalism and the Impact of Politics: Examining Data Stories Produced Across Different Political Systems
S Wu
Journalism Practice, 1-18, 2023
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