February 1, 2017 •
Media and Politics, Short stories •
by Renate van der Zee
As refugees desperately search for reliable information, InterNews, a media NGO, has created a ‘rumour tracker’ to investigate and dispel the many false rumours circulating the camps. “In Europe you won’t need money,...
September 22, 2016 •
Digital News, Latest stories, Media Economics •
by José Moreno
Three major reports published this year highlight three separate trends that could mean the end of advertising as we know it: the increasing popularity of communication platforms, the rise of ad blockers, and the propensity of brands to...
August 23, 2016 •
Ethics and Quality, Newsroom Management •
by Ville Seuri
Editors are often so occupied with running the day-to-day news operation they have little time to concentrate on what their organisations should become. Yet news organisations must innovate to stay relevant to their audiences. I asked...
September 4, 2014 •
Ethics and Quality •
by Tina Bettels
One of the main aims of the European Journalism Observatory (EJO) is to promote dialogue between media researchers and practitioners. On the occasion of the EJO’s 10th anniversary we will be presenting and discussing best practice...