January 27, 2021 •
Media and Politics, Recent, Specialist Journalism •
by Gerret von Nordheim, Tina Bettels-Schwabbauer & Paula Kennedy
EJO academics and partners examine coverage of the EU parliamentary elections and explore how media is shaping attitudes towards the EU. ...
August 13, 2020 •
Ethics and Quality, Press Freedom, Recent •
by Roman Winkelhahn
The latest Media Pluralism Monitor report (MPM2020) finds that the situation is now considerably worse than it was a few years ago....
March 3, 2020 •
Media and Politics, Recent, Research •
The European press draws the lessons of Britain's departure from the EU....
January 14, 2020 •
Ethics and Quality, Recent, Research •
by Susanne Fengler and Marcus Kreutler
New EJO study shines a light on the media’s role in the migration debate....
June 12, 2019 •
Comment, Ethics and Quality, Media and Politics, Recent •
by Stephan Russ-Mohl
The EJO’s co-founder calls for pan-European “alliances for enlightenment” to be created as part of the fightback against misinformation. Much has changed since the first correspondents were sent to Brussels to cover EU affairs,...
January 14, 2019 •
Comment, Media and Politics, Recent, Research •
by Franco Zappettini
Brexit has been exhaustively discussed, but the role played by the British press, and in particular by tabloids, in framing the debate around it requires more scrutiny, argues Franco Zappettini....
October 1, 2018 •
Comment, Media and Politics •
by Hector Fouce
The aim of the new EU Directive on copyright seems simple enough: updating the existing rules on copyright in an era where technological change takes place at an incredible speed – often outpacing current laws. The effect, however, could...
August 28, 2018 •
Recent, Research, Specialist Journalism •
by Caroline Lees
Has the GDPR forced European news outlets to cut down on intrusive third-party cookies on their websites? New research by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism suggests that this might be the case....
July 3, 2018 •
by Felix Simon
European countries do not appear to feel threatened by the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union, a study of media coverage of Brexit has revealed. The study, based on coverage in 39 media outlets in 8 European countries,...