October 8, 2018 •
Research, Specialist Journalism •
by Felix Simon
Everyone wants to be popular on social media, especially journalists. But which factors determine a journalist’s popularity on a platform such as Twitter? Might there even be something like a “golden formula” for success? New...
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....
June 7, 2018 •
Comment, Media and Politics, Specialist Journalism •
by Julie Posetti
Journalists are on the frontline of the ‘f*ke news’ wars. As truth becomes a casualty of disinformation campaigns, journalists must defend freedom of expression and the public’s right to know. A new UNESCO publication wants to show...
May 3, 2018 •
Comment, Media Economics, Recent, Specialist Journalism •
by Edward Percarpio
The date of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation coming into force is fast approaching, and its impacts are already being felt across various industries. But how will the new regulation affect publishers operating in Europe? Here is...
June 1, 2017 •
Business Models, Digital News, Short stories •
Most European newspapers and news weeklies are operating a paywall as legacy revenues continue to decline and digital advertising increasingly moves to large technology companies, a study by the Reuters Institute for the Study of...
August 17, 2016 •
Latest stories, Research, Specialist Journalism •
by Colin Porlezza
Data journalism is everywhere. Specialised digital outlets are constantly reporting about it, several books have been published and articles about data journalism are frequently popping up in scientific journals. Data journalism is...