Specialist Reporting

August 13, 2014 by  

User engagement is increasingly important to European media organizations. It is changing the way news is produced and consumed. Readers, listeners and viewers can now communicate directly with news providers. Newsrooms can also interact with their audiences, to conduct research or seek feedback. Media no longer has the monopoly over news, instead, audiences expect to help set the agenda. Media... read more

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 Università della Svizzera italiana

Digital News

July 25, 2014 by  

Traditional media has become less relevant to public relations professionals, according to a new survey of European communications specialists. Most respondents said they prefer to convey their message using mobile online channels or via direct contact with their stakeholders, rather than through traditional print newsrooms. The survey, of 2777 PR experts in 42 European countries found that most (58 per cent) predict that traditional media will become even less relevant in the future. While... read more
Press Freedom and Censorship

July 4, 2014 by  

The decision by Cairo’s court to sentenced three Al-Jazeera English (AJE) journalists – Mohamed Fadel Fahmy, Baher Mohamed and Peter Greste has shocked journalists around the world. It has raised questions about the independence of the Egyptian courts and confirms that Freedom House was correct to classify the Egypt media as ‘not free’ in... read more

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 Robert Bosch Stiftung

 Fondo Nazionale Svizzero per la Ricerca Scientifica

 Stiftung Presse-Haus NRZ