Digital News Report 2014
The Reuters Institute Annual Digital News Report reveals new insights about digital news consumption based on a representative survey of online news consumers conducted by YouGov.
The 2014 report includes 10 countries: the UK, US, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Finland, Urban Brazil, Japan and Denmark.
The 2014 report contains unique data and analysis about the move to mobile, paying for news, social media and more.
Visit our Digital News Report Website where you can access data, interactive charts and analysis - as well as download key resources.
To purchase a hard copy of the Digital News Report 2014 please visit the University of Oxford Online Shop.
- Take a look at the report Storify for a selection of international press coverage.
- Hear a few snippets from speakers at the London launch on their thoughts on the report via event host and sponsor Edelman. Speakers included Ed Williams, CEO, Edelman, with guest panellists; Andrew Miller, CEO, Guardian Media Group, Carla Buzasi, Editor-in-Chief, The Huffington Post UK, Robert Shrimsley, Managing Editor, FT.com and Richard Sambrook, Professor of Journalism and Director of the Centre for Journalism, Cardiff University.
- View the Digital News Report slideshare.
*If you downloaded a digital copy of the 2014 report before the 30th June 2014 - please note updates detailed in the errata slip (PDF).
For further information please see press releases below:
- News organisations face second wave of disruption with potentially profound societal implications says new international study (PDF)
- Journalists play an important role in driving traffic to news brands and in encouraging people to pay for them (PDF)
- WhatsApp is becoming a key social network for news, but few countries have fallen for Twitter as a source in the way the UK has done (PDF)