February 2, 2018 •
Digital News, Newsroom Management, Recent, Specialist Journalism, Technology •
by Bettina Figl
The media industry has been disrupted. Falling advertising revenues make many publishers anxiously eye their balance sheets. Especially small outlets are struggling. As a consequence, many of them are hesitant to invest in data journalism,...
January 31, 2018 •
Ethics and Quality, Recent, Research •
by Scott. R Maier
Engagement has become a media buzzword, but how actively engaged are news outlets in audience participation? Exploring real-life approaches to participatory journalism, a recent study published in Journalism Practice examines engagement by...
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...
September 26, 2017 •
Digital News, Short stories •
by Alessio Cornia
Europe’s legacy news organisations invest in new digital projects for two key reasons: to meet short-term business goals, such as to increase profits, but also to enhance the organisation’s long-term reputation by demonstrating...
September 7, 2010 •
Ethics and Quality •
by Benjamin Schulz
Journalism is more than thorough research and investigation. It also includes the open handling of sources. How transparently do U.S. and German quality daily papers work? Access to information is easier than ever before. Journalists are...