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Digital News Report 2015

The Digital News Report 2015 reveals new insights about digital news consumption based on a representative survey of online news consumers conducted by YouGov. The 2015 report includes 12 countries; the UK, US, Germany, France, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Finland, Urban Brazil, Japan and Australia. The 2015 report contains unique data and analysis about the move to mobile, the rise of video, the growth of social discovery and the prospects for native advertising. Along with analysis from Emily Bell on the role of digital intermediaries; BBC Director of News, James Harding on fragmentation of news consumption; and Robert G. Picard on the business outlook for paid content. 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 2015 please visit the University of Oxford Online Shop For further information please see press releases and sotrify summary below: New threats for traditional news organisations as mobile and social disruption gathers pace says international study (PDF) Readers feel deceived over sponsored content, posing significant risk of damage to the reputation of digital publishers – new research (PDF) [View the story "Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2015" on Storify]