July 16, 2019 •
Digital News, Newsroom Management, Recent, Technology •
by Destiny Alvarez and Damian Radcliffe
Social media is swimming with journalists and non-journalists alike, but too often engagement between the two is scant. That’s the view of Mandy Jenkins, general manager for McClatchy’s local news initiative The Compass Experiment and...
June 10, 2019 •
Newsroom Management, Recent, Specialist Journalism •
by Tina Bettels-Schwabbauer
“‘Bye-bye lone wolf’ is the current motto, as journalism steps into the networking society and as cooperation and collaboration become regular work methods”, German-Danish journalist-scholar Brigitte Alfter emphasises in her new...
May 30, 2019 •
Comment, Ethics and Quality, Newsroom Management, Recent •
by Thomas Kent
What’s your news company’s mission? Most journalists at mainstream news organizations would bridle at the question. A mission sounds like a pre-determined point of view, an ideology that could colour reporting. Isn’t a news...
February 11, 2019 •
Media and Politics, Newsroom Management, Recent •
by Alice Antheaume
Being a journalist in France is a tough call these days. Not only do they have to be able to meet the insatiable demands imposed by the 24-hour news cycle, they also frequently face hostile reactions as they try to do their job of...
September 11, 2018 •
Comment, Newsroom Management, Recent, Specialist Journalism, Technology •
by Alexandra Borchardt
Artificial Intelligence can do a lot to improve life in the newsroom, but journalism is exactly about the type of choices computers are unable to make, argues Alexandra Borchardt....
May 15, 2018 •
Ethics and Quality, Newsroom Management, Research, Short stories •
News coverage in Europe is overwhelmingly dominated by male journalists and commentators, who spend much of their time writing about other men, a landmark new study of print and online news outlets has found....
April 19, 2018 •
Digital News, Media Economics, Newsroom Management, Recent, Research •
by Caroline Lees
Public service media organisations across Europe are investing in dedicated social media teams to deliver news to younger and hard-to-reach audiences. While recognising the usefulness of social media, many also see a tension between public...
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 25, 2018 •
Digital News, Newsroom Management, Recent •
by Bartłomiej Dwornik
If something doesn’t show up in Google’s search results, it’s almost as if it doesn’t exist. Nowhere has this been as evident as in Poland. According to statcounter.com, 92% of Internet users in Europe use Google as their main...