February 24, 2022 •
Business Models, Media Economics, Recent •
by Nicole Pope
A new report examines the effectiveness of journalism funding strategies and how they can evolve to address existing and emerging challenges....
April 9, 2020 •
Ethics and Quality, Media and Politics, Recent •
by Khosro Kalbasi
The Iranian media have faithfully followed the official line - which at first was to deny the existence of the disease. ...
August 16, 2018 •
Comment, Media and Politics, Press Freedom •
by Rasmus Kleis Nielsen
Free media are not “the enemy of the people” – and that is precisely why they are under attack from powerful politicians all over the world. To fight back, the media must confront their attackers – and gain and retain people’s...
July 4, 2018 •
Comment, Recent •
by Alexandra Borchardt
When traditional media pick up everything that’s big on social just to boost their social media performance, they enter a vicious circle of diminishing trust, writes Alexandra Borchardt from the Reuters Institute for the Study of...
May 23, 2018 •
Comment, Ethics and Quality, Media and Politics •
by Dr. Marcus Nicolini
The refugee crisis in 2015 shook the foundations of trust in the German media. A few years later, the situation is slowly improving but a lot remains to be done. The younger generation of journalists, in particular, will be crucial in...