Online Videos at Newspaper Websites: A Literature Review
Keywords:Online video, Newspaper, Economy, Users, Content
The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of research in online video on newspapers’ websites. The article identifies a number of relevant issues in production and business models and presents research results concerning the production and consumption of online news videos. Advertising in relation to online news videos is also examined.
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