Media Conglomerate Diversification and Interest Conflict in the Convergence Age
26th European Regional ITS Conference, Madrid 2015 from International Telecommunications Society (ITS)
As more and more media merged by the conglomerates in the digital convergence age, the news department contributes just the small portion of revenues and needs the subsidy from other diversification. The institutional conflict of interests may arise among media and other businesses. This study analyzed two newspaper groups in Taiwan to find how they restructure their media organization, spaces, facilities and staffs; whether they apply innovative business model to generate new revenue streams; how they would deal with the dilemma between the revenue and the ethical problem.
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