Journalists' Perceptions Towards Digital Media Training in Jordanian Media Organizations

Reneh Abokhoza, Rania Abdel-Qader Abdallah


The study aimed to reveal the perceptions of Journalists' Perceptions toward digital media Training in Jordanian Media organizations. The study sample consisted of journalists working in Jordanian media organizations. The study used the descriptive exploratory approach and concluded that there is an effect of applying digital media tools according to the perceptions of journalists, and they focused on the reasons why most Jordanian media organizations are not ready to employ digital media techniques. In addition, the study indicated that there were Jordan journalists possessed various skills in digital media, including using social networks for research, writing, publishing news stories, and editing content.

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Studies in Media and Communication      ISSN 2325-8071 (Print)   ISSN 2325-808X (Online)

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