Today, photographies are always part of a global image market, no matter for what purpose – journalistic, private or creative – they have been produced. This brings along major challenges especially for journalistic photography. Faced with direct competition by amateur and stock photography, new questions emerge for photojournalism: What are the economic parameters that make photojournalistic work still possible today? In which way the new framework has changed visualisation strategies in journalism and the mediation of content? Who are the main actors today when it comes to publish photography and foster discussions about the economic situation of photojournalistic work?