Introduction: the impact of blogging on the BBC's coverage of war and terrorism -- The "war and terror" blogosphere. Blogs: "rumour, prejudice and gossip" or "standard" BBC source? -- Reporting conflict from news needles in digital haystacks -- Information overload, the 24/7 news cycle and the turn to twitter -- "Outside the BBC universe"? blogging at the BBC -- "Can you teach granddad how to dance"? involving the audience on BBC programme blogs -- "Live blogging" terror: the BBC's coverage of the attacks on Mumbai -- Reporting conflict: war in Gaza and the limits of the news revolution -- Conclusion: the two faces of Janus: the future of journalism.
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