Philip M. Napoli

Duke University

Professor

Durham, NC 27708-0204

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (13)

1.

The Algorithm as Institution: Toward a Theoretical Framework for Automated Media Production and Consumption

Fordham University Schools of Business Research Paper
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 05 May 2013
Philip M. Napoli
Duke University
Downloads 739 (35,941)
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Institutional Theory, Algorithms, New Media, Media Institutions

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Mobile Leapfrogging and Digital Divide Policy: Assessing the Limitations of Mobile Internet Access

Fordham University Schools of Business Research Paper No. 2263800
Number of pages: 20 Posted: 12 May 2013 Last Revised: 05 Jul 2013
Philip M. Napoli and Jonathan A. Obar
Duke University and York University
Downloads 603 (47,166)
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Telecommunication Policy, Mobile, Technology Leapfrogging, Digital Divide, Information Studies

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When Media Companies Insist They're Not Media Companies and Why It Matters for Communications Policy

Number of pages: 39 Posted: 20 Mar 2016 Last Revised: 15 Aug 2016
Philip M. Napoli and Robyn Caplan
Duke University and Data & Society Research Institute
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media policy, journalism, democracy, content aggregators, news

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social media, media governance, public interest, journalism, news

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The Institutionally Effective Audience in Flux: Social Media and the Reassessment of the Audience Commodity

Fordham University Schools of Business Research Paper
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 05 May 2013
Philip M. Napoli
Duke University
Downloads 181 (178,179)
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Social Media, Media Audiences, Media Institutions

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Social TV Engagement Metrics: An Exploratory Comparative Analysis of Competing (Aspiring) Market Information Regimes

Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication Washington, DC August, 2013, Fordham University Schools of Business Research Paper No. 2307484
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 08 Aug 2013 Last Revised: 12 Sep 2013
Philip M. Napoli
Duke University
Downloads 171 (187,255)
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social TV analytics, market information regimes, audiences, metrics

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User Data as Public Resource: Implications for Social Media Regulation

Number of pages: 36 Posted: 15 Jun 2019
Philip M. Napoli
Duke University
Downloads 145 (215,205)

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Social Media, Big Data, Privacy, Media Regulation, Platform Regulation

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What Social Media Platforms Can Learn from Audience Measurement: Lessons in the Self-Regulation of 'Black Boxes'

TPRC 46: The 46th Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy 2018
Number of pages: 45 Posted: 02 Feb 2018 Last Revised: 13 Aug 2018
Philip M. Napoli
Duke University
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Social media, algorithms, self-regulation, audience measurement

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The Mobile Conversion, Internet Regression, and the 'Re-Passification' of the Media Audience

Number of pages: 26 Posted: 24 Oct 2014
Philip M. Napoli and Jonathan A. Obar
Duke University and York University
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Mobile, mobile internet, mobile leapfrogging, audience, audience evolution

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Assessing the Health of Local Journalism Ecosystems: Toward a Set of Reliable, Scalable Metrics

TPRC 43: The 43rd Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy Paper
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 29 Mar 2015 Last Revised: 15 Dec 2015
New York University (NYU), Duke University, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick/Piscataway and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick/Piscataway
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Metrics, Local journalism, journalism ecosystem, critical information needs

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Translating Diversity to Internet Governance: The Migration of a Policy Principle from Traditional to New Media

Fordham University Schools of Business Research Paper No. 2261240
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 07 May 2013 Last Revised: 05 Jul 2013
Philip M. Napoli and Kari Karppinen
Duke University and University of Helsinki
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Internet governance, diversity

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Access to Audiences as a First Amendment Right: Its Relevance and Implications for Electronic Media Policy

TPRC 2005
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 31 Jul 2012
Philip M. Napoli and Sheea Sybblis
Duke University and affiliation not provided to SSRN
Downloads 25 (525,989)

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platform governance, section 230, communications policy, communications history