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Digital-Native News and the Remaking of Latin American Mainstream and Alternative Journalism explores the rise of independent, digital-native news outlets in Latin America and their role in social change, a justice-centered journalism, and the refinement of the concept of "alternative" media.
'Harlow has written an original, eminently readable, and thoughtful book on pioneer digital-native news in Latin America, packed with theoretical insights and nuanced arguments. The book examines the rise of these sites amid the disruptions in the news industry in the region, and convincingly demonstrates that they represent a disruptive model that does not fit into traditional categories of mainstream and alternative journalism. With remarkable analytical panache, Harlow helps us to understand how and why innovations happen in sclerotic news ecologies, where journalists and news organizations usually pay a high price for seeking independence and taking risks. The book is a must-read for anyone interested in how positive change in news industries and journalistic practice is possible' Prof Silvio R. Waisbord, School of Media and Public Affairs, George Washington University 'This terrific book chronicles the rise of independent, digital-native news sites in Latin America that are inventing a new kind of justice-centered journalism. Harlow makes a strong case for rethinking how and why we classify news outlets as mainstream, alternative, or even hybrid. Her multi-method and multi-perspectival study offers a fascinating look at the "super pioneers"--many of them women--whose innovative approaches to reporting and funding hold promise for rebuilding public confidence in news.' Dr. Jennifer Rauch