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12 Oct 2022, 1630 hrs

New Media’s Role in Policy Communication

New media has radically altered the manner in which government institutions operate and caused major disruptions in the political communication process. It possesses the capability to disseminate information directly to the public without the intervention of editorial or institutional gatekeepers, which are intrinsic to traditional legacy outlets. How has new media been used to relay political messaging to even the most disinterested citizens and enable the creation of digital public squares where opinions can be openly shared?

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ABS-CBN Corporation, Philippines
National University of Singapore, Singapore
University of Tsukuba, Japan
Northern State University, USA