Michael Opgenhaffen
Michael Opgenhaffen
Associate professor Digital News & Journalism, U. Leuven
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Presenting news on social media: Media logic in the communication style of newspapers on Facebook
K Welbers, M Opgenhaffen
Digital journalism 7 (1), 45-62, 2019
Social media gatekeeping: An analysis of the gatekeeping influence of newspapers’ public Facebook pages
K Welbers, M Opgenhaffen
New Media & Society 20 (12), 4728-4747, 2018
Why practitioners do (not) apply crisis communication theory in practice
AS Claeys, M Opgenhaffen
Journal of Public Relations Research 28 (5-6), 232-247, 2016
Social media guidelines for journalists: An investigation into the sense and nonsense among Flemish journalists
M Opgenhaffen, H Scheerlinck
Journalism Practice 8 (6), 726-741, 2014
The impact of online news features on learning from news. a knowledge experiment
M Opgenhaffen, L d'Haenens
International Journal of Internet Science 6 (1), 8-28, 2011
Between hope and fear: developing social media guidelines
M Opgenhaffen, AS Claeys
Employee Relations 39 (2), 130-144, 2017
Managing social media use: Whither social media guidelines in news organizations?
M Opgenhaffen, L d’Haenens
International Journal on Media Management 17 (4), 201-216, 2015
Multimedia, interactive and hypertextual features in divergent online news platforms: An exploratory study of Flemish online news
M Opgenhaffen
First Monday, 2011
Negotiating climate change: A frame analysis of COP21 in British, American, and Chinese news media
Y Pan, M Opgenhaffen, B Van Gorp
Public Understanding of Science 28 (5), 519-533, 2019
Where exactly between utopia and dystopia? A framing analysis of AI and automation in US newspapers
H Cools, B Van Gorp, M Opgenhaffen
Journalism 25 (1), 3-21, 2024
Journalistic tools of the trade in Flanders: Is there a fit between journalism education and professional practice?
M Opgenhaffen, L d’Haenens, M Corten
Cross-continental Views on Journalistic Skills, 6-23, 2015
China’s Pathway to Climate Sustainability: A Diachronic Framing Analysis of People’s Daily’s Coverage of Climate Change (1995–2018)
Y Pan, M Opgenhaffen, B Van Gorp
Environmental Communication 15 (2), 189-202, 2021
Preparing to face the media in times of crisis: Training spokespersons’ verbal and nonverbal cues
A De Waele, AS Claeys, M Opgenhaffen
Public Relations Review 46 (2), 101871, 2020
New organizations, different journalistic roles, and innovative projects: How second-generation newsroom innovation labs are changing the news ecosystem
H Cools, B Van Gorp, M Opgenhaffen
Journalism Practice, 1-16, 2022
Parental mediation of television viewing in the context of changing parent-child relationships in Belgium: A latent growth curve analysis in early and middle adolescence
M Opgenhaffen, L Vandenbosch, S Eggermont, E Frison
Journal of children and media 6 (4), 469-484, 2012
Critical news reading with Twitter? Exploring data-mining practices and their impact on societal discourse
M Verbeke, B Berendt, L d’Haenens, M Opgenhaffen
Communications 42 (2), 127-149, 2017
“We rewrote this title”: How news headlines are remediated on Facebook and how this affects engagement
K Lamot, T Kreutz, M Opgenhaffen
Social Media+ Society 8 (3), 20563051221114827, 2022
Understanding the online relationship between politicians and citizens. A study on the user engagement of politicians’ Facebook posts in election and routine periods
J Peeters, M Opgenhaffen, T Kreutz, P Van Aelst
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 20 (1), 44-59, 2023
Changing perspectives: Managerial and legal considerations regarding crisis communication
AS Claeys, M Opgenhaffen
Public Relations Review 47 (4), 102080, 2021
Heterogeneity within homogeneity: Impact of online skills on the use of online news media and interactive news features
M Opgenhaffen, L d’Haenens
Communications 37 (3), 297-316, 2012
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