Toward Omnipresent Journalism: A Case Study of the Real Time Coverage of the San Antonio Spurs 2014 NBA Championship Game
Based on a field study, this paper examines how the San Antonio Express News practiced omnipresent journalism in its coverage of the Spurs’ NBA 2014 championship game. This study refines the concept of omnipresent journalism as having two dimensions: time (real-time coverage) and space (on multiple platforms); and consisting of three rounds of news presentation: live tweets, real-time website updates and print paper. Such omnipresent journalism primes mobile journalism and requires journalists to be proficient in multitasking while prioritizing their tasks. Meanwhile, in the omnipresent news environment, journalists have perceived the print newspaper as the holy grail of quality journalism. Journalists also need to brace themselves for glitches, technological and otherwise.
International Symposium on Online Journalism
Liu, Zhaoxi, "Toward Omnipresent Journalism: A Case Study of the Real Time Coverage of the San Antonio Spurs 2014 NBA Championship Game" (2016). Communication Faculty Research. 12.