Is digital diplomacy competing with traditional news coverage?
With the advent of social media many, including journalists, have wondered about the role of journalists as information disseminators. The more mainstream social media have grown and the more they have been embraced by public institutions, private companies, civil society organizations and others, the more it seemed that direct communication, or what looked like one, can replace journalists as the traditional mediators.
NEW BLOG POST: Is digital diplomacy competing with traditional news coverage?
On foreign ministries' social media outreach and what it means for traditional news coverage of their countries' foreign policy.