January 10, 2018 •
Digital News, Research, Short stories •
Publishers are concerned about the power of platforms but think their own failings may be a bigger problem. Publishers are increasingly concerned about the impact of tech companies such as Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon on their...
December 24, 2017 •
Ethics and Quality, Recent, Research •
by Lucie Stastna
Czech journalists believe media education is increasingly important in an era of fake news. In a recent survey of eleven journalists, representing ten newsrooms, all agreed that news organisations should be involved in educating audiences...
June 15, 2016 •
Digital News, Media Economics, Recent •
by Caroline Lees
The 2016 Digital News Report, launched today by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, is the biggest ever and remains the most authoritative study of its kind. It is based on a survey of 50,000 online news consumers across 26...
June 14, 2016 •
Digital News, Media Economics •
by David Levy
How well are Europe’s Public Service broadcasters (PSBs) facing up to the challenges of digital news? And does the success of PSBs stop users paying for online news on other platforms? These are just some of the many issues tackled in...
May 9, 2016 •
Latest stories, Short stories •
Most journalists in the United Kingdom believe they now have less time to research stories, but the majority are still willing to push boundaries to break important news, according to new research. The study shows that British journalists...
February 17, 2014 •
Digital News, Research •
by Evgeniya Boklage
The phrase “We all are journalists now” sounds like a truism. The phenomenon of citizen journalism is widely understood and accepted as a legitimate part of the global media system. Yet, despite the blurring boundary between...