December 13, 2016 •
Digital News, Ethics and Quality, Latest stories •
by Caroline Lees
Journalism is entering a period of “experimental editing and experimental reporting”, according to Mark Thompson, chief executive of The New York Times and former director general of the BBC. Typically, journalists and social...
November 14, 2016 •
Media and Politics, Media Economics, Recent •
by Andrew Jack
As Hillary Clinton found to her cost in the latest US presidential elections, emails remain a potent force in modern life. Partly because of the former Secretary of State’s reluctance to abandon her Blackberry for the government’s...
November 7, 2016 •
Media and Politics, Recent, Research •
by Thomas Schmidt
Journalists no longer just inform their audiences. They engage with their users. As a result, media outlets are pouring more resources into building the infrastructure for interaction. Audience engagement has become a priority in newsroom...
March 3, 2011 •
Ethics and Quality, Specialist Journalism •
by Marcello Foa
We all grew excited viewing images from Cairo and Tunis. And as we listened to the reports from correspondents in Egypt and Tunisia, the world became convinced that the revolutions were unstoppable and, above all, spontaneous. A...