Digital News

January 21, 2015 by  

The continuing transformation of journalism not only affects journalists, technologists and media managers. It also presents a challenge for journalism scholars: How can theory keep up with practices that are changing so fast and so dramatically?   A special issue Digital Journalism tries to tackle this challenge by providing an overview of contemporary strategies that theorize the digital... read more

Operated by:

 Università della Svizzera italiana

Marketing and Public Relations

January 14, 2015 by  

The news embargo is an ancient press tool that seems, at first glance, not to fit into the modern world of digital media. However, although there are no deadlines on rolling news or social media, a new study reveals that many journalists and public relations professionals will still observe an embargo, and delay publishing a story until an agreed time. The arguments for doing so haven’t changed very much over the years: embargoes are practical for busy, pressurised journalists, and for a... read more
Digital News

January 6, 2015 by  

An estimated 11 million European Union citizens live in a different EU country from which they were born. Generation E, the first cross-border data journalism project on European youth migration, aims to tell, and catalogue some of their stories. The uniquely multi-lingual, pan-European project crowd-sources and publishes narratives from young... read more

Funded by:

 Robert Bosch Stiftung

 Fondo Nazionale Svizzero per la Ricerca Scientifica

 Stiftung Presse-Haus NRZ