The Digital News Report 2023 will be published on 14 June
The report will cover 46 markets and will include insights on the rise of TikTok and news podcasts, and the impact of the economic downturn on reader revenue.
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How news site Daraj reports on women’s rights and corruption across the Middle East
Five tips on newsroom leadership from the International Journalism Festival 2023
Join us online for our global journalism seminar series, chaired by Mitali Mukherjee and Caithlin Mercer.
Five takeaways from our seminar with Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel Prize-winning economist, and Green Templeton College Visiting Fellow.
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How this Romanian news brand is reaching young audiences on Instagram and TikTok
Will AI-generated images create a new crisis for fact-checkers? Experts are not so sure
Is ChatGPT a threat or an opportunity for journalism? Five AI experts weigh in
How The Marshall Project uses Reddit to reach new, underserved audiences
Forced out from print and airwaves, news media in Venezuela shift to digital to survive
How a new generation of women are driving a golden age of data journalism in Kenya
This newspaper covers health and science in Swahili for local audiences in Tanzania
How Bellingcat collects, verifies and archives digital evidence of war crimes in Ukraine
This newspaper removes reporters from their beats for months to create multimedia projects
Before global outlets paid attention, this small site had been digging into Adani Group for years despite lawsuits and threats
“As we cover the Nigerian elections, we should be truthful, factual and accurate”
How a Spanish startup became the second biggest European news publisher on TikTok
The most dangerous place to be a journalist is not an active war zone but Latin America
How a newspaper and a museum partnered to create a project on the Dutch colonial past
Inside the attack on Brazil’s Capitol, where reporters were chased, insulted and beaten
How RFE/RL avoids censorship by reaching audiences on Telegram in Russia and Iran
A matter of life and death: the dangers of being a journalist in Somalia today
As Bolsonaro emulates Trump, Brazilian journalists struggle to cover his supporters
Our Journalist Fellowships are an opportunity for journalists to work on a project and spend time in Oxford along with colleagues from around the world.
The Journalist Fellowship Programme at the Reuters Institute allows practising journalists to take some time out from their day jobs to explore journalism in depth.
Crucial questions every journalist should ask when covering crypto
Opportunities and challenges for retaining trust in Singapore’s state-funded media
Explore the Digital News Report 2022
This year's report offers new insights on polarisation, news avoidance and reader revenue, and explores how the young engages with the news. | Read the executive summary | Download a PDF version | Watch our video summary | Explore the report in 232 slides | Watch our launch events
Coverage of Ukraine
By Kirsten Eddy and Richard Fletcher
Are audiences polarised?
By Richard Fletcher
Young audiences and news
By Kirsten Eddy
The role of email
By Nic Newman
Journalists vs. brands
By Craig T. Robertson and Nic Newman
Audiences and climate
By Craig T Robertson
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