Survey of English-speaking online news users in India finds almost a third accessing news mainly through search engines, while just under a quarter identify social media platforms as their main source of online news.
Three years after the Panama Papers we find that 17% of countries tracked saw backlash against journalists who covered the investigation, mostly in countries with poor press freedom in general.
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.
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.
Election year study of English-speaking Indians finds platform-dominated market, with low overall levels of trust in news, and concerns over disinformation and expressing oneself online.
The Digital News Report is the world’s largest international comparative study tracking online news access and engagement over 37 countries. 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
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