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Fact-checking journalism becomes a new trend in journalism studies. The peculiarities of fact-checking journalism are the collaborations which developed beyond boundaries of the editorial room and conventions  of journalism. Human and machine disruptions within fact-checking journalism are unavoidably developed into hypermedia organization. Collaboration is built amongst journalist, user, and digital media application in order to describe the whole factual context This paper reviews this phenomenon as main concept of hypermedia organization manifestation in fact-checking journalism.

 Keywords: digital journalism, fact-checking, hypermedia organization, collaboration


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Mufti Nurlatifah, Universitas Indonesia

Program Doktor Ilmu Komunikasi

Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Universitas Indonesia

Jalan Salemba Raya No.4 Jakarta Pusat 10430

Irwansyah Irwansyah, Universitas Indonesia

Departemen Ilmu Komunikasi

Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

How to Cite
Nurlatifah, M., & Irwansyah, I. (2019). Fact-Checking Journalism sebagai Platform Kolaborasi Human and Machine pada Jurnalisme Digital. Jurnal Komunikasi, 13(2), 121–134.


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