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... compared to 13% who never read news offline. New research reveals levels of news access in the UK vary according to 'social grade' - especially online
Russians themselves are the biggest victims of their government’s propaganda and misinformation campaigns.
Are journalists partly to blame for America's divided society? Laura Saarikoski is US Correspondent for Finland's national newspaper, Helsingin Sanomat, based in Washington. In this interview she talks about how reporting in America has changed over the last 20 years.
The Reuters Institute Digital News Report is the world’s largest international comparative study tracking online news access and engagement over a range of countries. This cross-national longitudinal survey of news media use tracks the transition to digital news with support from a wide range of partners, across industry and academia. The 2018 report focuses on the issues of trust and misinformation, new online business models, the impact of changing Facebook algorithms and the rise of new platforms and messaging apps
Commercial news organisations across Europe continue to make major investments in social media, and regard social media as crucial to their digital strategy, new report by Alessio Cornia.
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