January 4, 2018 •
Specialist Journalism, Technology •
by Corinne Podger
Smartphones have been used by journalists for nearly ten years, to create content for radio, online and social platforms and – as the cameras and associated apps have improved – for TV. As mobile journalism becomes more...
June 23, 2017 •
Digital News, Media Economics, Recent •
The internet and social media may have exacerbated low public trust in the media and ‘fake news’, but in many countries mistrust is driven by deep-rooted political polarisation and perceived mainstream media bias, the Digital News...
March 30, 2016 •
Digital News, Research •
by Caroline Lees
Most European public service media services are failing to adapt to the digital environment and are in danger of losing touch with their audiences, according to a new report. The study reveals that while some public service news...
January 12, 2016 •
Digital News, Latest stories •
by Caroline Lees
Robo-journalists, an ongoing battle between publishers and adblockers, bendy smartphones and social media for the workplace; the Reuters Institute is launching its new Digital News Project with a set of technology and industry predictions...
June 21, 2013 •
Media Economics •
by Meera Selva
Audiences want news on their computers, their tablets and their mobile phones and are finally beginning to show a willingness to pay for it, according to a new report on digital news. The report by the Reuters Institute for the Study of...
March 6, 2013 •
Digital News •
by Philip Di Salvo
The Barcelona Mobile World Congress (Mwc) just ended, and for one week congress organizers succeeded in positively monopolizing the attention of all technology-related media. The Fira Gran Via greeted the major mobile branch novelties,...