February 24, 2023 •
Ethics and Quality, Recent, Research •
by Magda Osman, Björn Meder, Christos Bechlivanidis & Zoe Adams
Researchers explore the effects of misinformation on trust in news media and governments and illiberal political behaviour....
May 21, 2020 •
Ethics and Quality, Media Economics, Recent •
by Štěpán Šanda
Czechs seeking reliable information on the pandemic have been turning to trusted news brands....
April 22, 2020 •
Ethics and Quality, Recent •
by Asma Abidi
EJN founder Aidan White says that now more than ever, it's important to respect journalism's core values....
December 6, 2018 •
by Halyna Budivska
Since 2013, Ukraine has seen many changes. These developments also had an effect on the country’s media sphere. A new study now shows how news consumption and views of the media have changed in the country over the last few years....
December 3, 2018 •
Comment, Research •
by Erik P. Bucy
A new information order is emerging and our societies are under threat from misinformation and bullshit. To counter these developments, Erik P. Bucy advocates for more quality media education and press knowledge. Only then can we turn back...
February 13, 2017 •
Business Models, Ethics and Quality, Short stories •
by Krzysztof Dzieciolowski
The challenges facing modern journalism – and how to meet them – was the subject of the 2017 Reuters Memorial Lecture, at St Anne’s College, University of Oxford, last Friday. In We broke the news. How do we fix it? Melissa...
September 6, 2012 •
Media Economics •
by Michael Wise
New mobile media survey shows consumer confidence in journalists remains high, despite a growing distrust in mainstream media outlets. In the fifth installment of a six part series which looks at the impact of mobile devices on news...