Daily newspaper editors' audience construction routines: A case study

Randall S. Sumpter
Critical Studies in Media Communication

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In pre-Internet accounts, journalists are thus seen to prefer to remain aloof from the audience and from most market research about it. The observed tendency of journalists and editors instead to turn to each other as substitute audiences in the absence of a technique to communicate with the real one is reinforced by Sumpter (2000) cites Daily newspaper editors' audience construction routines: A case study on 6/3/2019, 7:19:35 PM