Publishers and Editors no longer exclusively control society’s narrative blurb as traditional gatekeepers of all news stories and editorials. The emergence of citizen-journalism has democratized the news production and dissemination process in a revolutionary way. The new media is a flat, unassuming communal world of mass producers of information - online publishers and bloggers, mobile phone users, up-loaders of content on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other mostly free portals. This book discusses the impacts of technology and media modalities in digital technology on Journalism. It helps to understand how media technology transforms journalism. It also helps to build the theoretical foundation on how technology transforms journalism by adding to the emerging literature in relation to the world view of the citizen news business. There is no doubt therefore, that this book will benefit students of media and communication studies, researchers in the field of new media, and citizen-journalism. Media and communication practitioners will also find the book as a good companion in dealing with the challenges of emerging media and communication technologies.