GLOBAL-VIEW OF DIGITAL JOURNALISM: A LITERATURE REVIEW
This study investigates how digital journalism has taken over the space of traditional media, not in Pakistan or developing countries but globally. It elaborates that how masses from different fields are adopting it and utilizing it in terms of infotainment and professional grooming. In addition, it discusses the mode of credibility, which is a soul of journalism and its practices in new media. The article is a literature Review and descriptive which is based on secondary sources like books, research articles, and national and international news stories.
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