Are concerns over the news media's role in polarising attitudes supported by the research? A report for the European Parliament suggests not.
As the World Wide Web turns 30 Reuters Institute research finds the majority of audiences find news through online side doors.
Research finds just 28% of people across EU know their Facebook news feed is largely determined by computer selection.
As a Chinese journalist who has worked for both Chinese and British news outlets in Shanghai, China, Zijuan Zhong describes the differences between the two, as well as the challenges of reporting China.
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