February 17, 2023 •
Ethics and Quality, Latest stories, Media Economics, Press Freedom, Research •
by Katharina Biringer, Josef Seethaler and Helmut Peissl
Researchers examine the benefits of non-commercial, community broadcasters in Austria that support media literacy and participation and promote democratic values. ...
October 8, 2020 •
Ethics and Quality, Recent •
by Johanna Mack & Roman Winkelhahn
Researchers highlight a dire lack of diversity in newsrooms accross the globe and urge media outlets to do more to attract ethnically and socially diverse journalists. ...
January 17, 2017 •
Ethics and Quality, Media and Politics, Recent •
by Thomas Schmidt and EJO
Days before Donald Trump’s inauguration as US President, journalists in the White House press corps are fighting to retain their unique access to the new administration. This week, Jeff Mason, President of the White House Correspondents...
November 11, 2013 •
Media and Politics •
by James T. Hamilton
Transparency policies in the US and UK often fail to provide reporters with information that would help voters hold government accountable. Government open data policies are more often focused on providing information that helps firms...
May 26, 2011 •
Media Economics •
by Stephan Russ-Mohl
Marie-Luise Kiefer, a renowned media economist in the German-speaking world, dares to go far. She’s searching for a “third road” to finance journalism, as the current private business solution of financing newsrooms with...