September 14, 2022 •
Digital News, Newsroom Management, Recent •
by Kristen Saldarini
Kristen Saldarini examines the findings of a recent report on AI startups’ role in helping journalists tackle online mis/disinformation...
July 5, 2022 •
Business Models, Media Economics, Recent •
by Report Authors
Recent UNESCO report offers 22 actionable recommendations to improve the viability of news media and address threats against journalism...
July 1, 2021 •
Digital News, Ethics and Quality, Recent •
by Anya Schiffrin
Columbia University’s Anya Schiffrin explores the impact of news media bargaining rules on big tech’s influence and power....
February 1, 2021 •
Media Economics, Newsroom Management, Recent, Specialist Journalism •
by Allynn McInerney
Allynn McInerney summarises a new study by Columbia University academics of global initiatives created to ‘rescue journalism’. ...
September 24, 2020 •
Ethics and Quality, Recent •
by Jack Truitt
New research from Columbia University examines the viability of partnerships between the cash-strapped news industry and advocacy groups. ...
April 19, 2016 •
Digital News, Media Economics •
by Stephan Russ-Mohl
Verifying digital photos, streaming TV news and developing 3D visualisations: journalism – along with the battery-powered driverless car and the ‘internet of things’ – is constantly being reinvented in Silicon Valley. The...