December 24, 2020 •
Recent, Specialist Journalism •
by Dren Gërguri
Academic outlines three-step strategy to ensure information about the COVID-19 vaccine is credible and accurate. ...
June 11, 2018 •
Ethics and Quality, Research, Specialist Journalism •
by Mathias Pluess
It’s getting more and more difficult for experts to get their arguments across to a broad public. Mathias Plüss investigates why, and offers six suggestions for improving things....
June 1, 2018 •
Comment, Media and Politics, Recent, Specialist Journalism •
by Mevan Babakar
In the current climate the demand for factchecking is increasing. In recent years, new organisations like WikiTribune have suggested crowdsourcing as an attractive and low-cost way for factchecking to scale. But is it a good idea?...
March 8, 2018 •
Digital News, Recent, Research, Specialist Journalism, Technology •
by Caroline Lees
Journalists and computer scientists are working to develop automated fact-checking (AFC) to enable large-scale responses to online misinformation, according to a new Factsheet by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ)....
March 2, 2018 •
Media and Politics, Press Freedom, Recent •
by Martina Topinkova
The Czech media landscape has significantly changed over the last five years. A wealth of new and independent journalistic projects – fact checkers, independent outlets and charities – has shot up, adding to the existing media...