Our annual report of news industry trends and audience behaviour, this year based on a survey of 75,000 people in 38 countries, is out now. Read the findings.
Award-winning journalist who has reported from Europe and the United States will begin the role on 1 September.
Due to popular demand our summer school is running for a second time this year. Course date: 2-6 September 2019. Applications close 16 July, but places are quickly filling up.
Watch our animated video with the key findings from the Digital News Report 2019.
The Digital News Report is the world’s largest international comparative study tracking online news access and engagement over 38 countries. The 2019 report focuses on the issues of trust and misinformation, subscriptions, levels of news avoidance, the changing fortunes of social media platforms and how they are used for news, populism's impact and much more.
Online news audiences during Indian elections were not as fragmented as you may think, according to new research.
The Reuters Institute offers Media Leadership Programmes throughout the year. Previous attendees have come from the BBC, News UK, JP/Politikens Hus and other world-leading media organisations. Leading Newsroom Change is designed for senior journalists, editors and newsroom managers who would like further insight into becoming an effective newsroom leader. Future Leaders in News is for those who have recently assumed a news leadership role or aspire to hold one.
Strengthening Journalism Globally
Our Journalism Fellowship Programme brings outstanding international journalists to Oxford from all over the world.
The Fellowship Programme offers journalists a chance to step back, reflect and connect.