October 26, 2015 •
Latest stories, Specialist Journalism •
by Ian Hargreaves
The UK’s hyperlocal (community) journalism scene has long provoked strikingly contending judgments. Doubters see it as amateurish, fragile and of little relevance to ‘real’ journalism. Supporters believe it has already built the base...
July 5, 2013 •
Specialist Journalism •
by Jonila Godole
In Albania, mainstream media focuses on news coming out of the capital city Tirana The rest of the country only gets attention if there is a natural disaster or dramatic human-interest story. Even within Tirana, marginalized communities...
October 19, 2010 •
Media Economics •
by Stephan Russ-Mohl
An overview of financing models in the Anglo-Saxon world. As the traditional business model for journalism no longer works, the publishing industry, Internet start-ups and consultants search for new ways to support newsrooms without...