July 24, 2019 •
Digital News, Recent, Technology •
by Tanya Gordiienko
The messaging app Telegram was built around the idea that communication should be personal and encrypted. But in some countries it has become a popular tool for journalists to create public news channels. Here are three takeaways from...
July 16, 2019 •
Digital News, Newsroom Management, Recent, Technology •
by Destiny Alvarez and Damian Radcliffe
Social media is swimming with journalists and non-journalists alike, but too often engagement between the two is scant. That’s the view of Mandy Jenkins, general manager for McClatchy’s local news initiative The Compass Experiment and...
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...
October 3, 2018 •
Comment, Ethics and Quality •
by Zuzanna Ziomecka
By now most of us have heard that women’s perspectives are globally underrepresented in newsrooms. But do we have any idea what would happen if the opposite were true? Actually, at Newsmavens we do, writes Zuzanna Ziomecka.
September 11, 2018 •
Comment, Newsroom Management, Recent, Specialist Journalism, Technology •
by Alexandra Borchardt
Artificial Intelligence can do a lot to improve life in the newsroom, but journalism is exactly about the type of choices computers are unable to make, argues Alexandra Borchardt....
August 15, 2018 •
Business Models, Recent, Research, Specialist Journalism •
by Magda Konieczna
In “Journalism Without Profit”, Magda Konieczna delivers the first in-depth study of nonprofit journalism and its economic, professional, and organisational influence. For the EJO, she sums up the main arguments from her new book....
January 25, 2018 •
Digital News, Newsroom Management, Recent •
by Bartłomiej Dwornik
If something doesn’t show up in Google’s search results, it’s almost as if it doesn’t exist. Nowhere has this been as evident as in Poland. According to statcounter.com, 92% of Internet users in Europe use Google as their main...
December 3, 2017 •
Comment, Media and Politics, Recent •
by Richard Sambrook
The recent publication of the Paradise Papers is another strong indication of the rising importance of global collaboration for investigative journalism. In April 2016, a consortium of news organisations published the Panama Papers – the...
October 13, 2017 •
Ethics and Quality •
EJO October diary: pick of recent European journalism research and forthcoming (mostly free) media events, awards, jobs and training…. LATEST RESEARCH Making the most of Twitter: How technological affordances influence Swedish...