New dates for Future Leaders in News programme in 2019
... 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
Paper - presented as a website - by former Journalist Fellow, Emma-Leena Ovaskainen - is based on interviews with the New York Times, The Guardian, the BBC, the Washington Post, The Times, NBC, Quartz, and The Pudding.
"We don't just tell a story for the heck of it": Catherine Gicheru on how Code for Kenya uses technology to 'liberate' information, giving citizens the data, evidence and tools they need to improve their lives. Catherine is ICFJ Fellow, Country Director Code for Kenya and panAfrican lead WanaData network of women data journalists.
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
Use of smart speakers has doubled in the past year in the UK and US, yet few users have accessed their devices' news briefings in the past month, according to new Reuters Institute study.
The Reuters Institute offers Media Leadership Programmes throughout the year. 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.
The Future of Voice and the Implications for News: Nic Newman on his latest research into the use of voice-activated devices and smart speakers for news
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