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  1. Comparing Media Reports of Diplomatic Conflicts

    Ji Young Seo is an experienced television reporter at the Politics and Foreign Affairs Office of the Korean Public Broadcasting Service (KBS).  She was in Oxford for the calendar year 2013, as one of the...read more ›

  2. Internet 'will not kill newspapers'

    RISJ Director, David Levy, was recently interviewed by Le Monde on the future of newspapers and the key findings of the Digital News Report 2013. Speaking to reporters at the French daily paper, Levy discussed the readiness of...read more ›

  3. American political journalism—rich or poor?

    The veteran Financial Times columnist Jurek Martin has written a comment about “The Rising Poverty of American Political Journalism”. RISJ Research Fellow Rasmus Kleis Nielsen draws on his recently published...read more ›

  4. This is the end for the press photographer, right?

    Could online picture galleries save the press photographer? Why did I write a book explaining the value of press photos and how to analyse them, when it’s a dead profession? And, if it is a dead profession, then where are all the...read more ›

  5. A New Approach to News Values

    We think of ‘values’ as having to do with some kind of standard, as defining a culture, or as an objective to attain. They are often seen in a very positive light, as being important for our society and something that is open for...read more ›

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    Technology, media and journalism predictions 2014

    Nic Newman, Digital Strategist and RISJ Research Associate provides his annual look at the year ahead for digital media in 2014 - with a few thoughts on the last 12 months as well.Executive summaryMobile and social...read more ›

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    Call for applications: Journalism Fellowships

    The Reuters Institute is looking for talented, mid-career journalists from around the world to apply for the 2014-15 Journalism Fellowship Programme.Applicants must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in journalism and good...read more ›

  8. Punjabi Parmesan: Dispatches from a Europe in Crisis

    In 2009, after several years in China, journalist Pallavi Aiyar moved to Brussels, the headquarters of the European Union, to discover a Europe plagued by a financial crisis, and unsure of its place in a world where new Asian...read more ›

  9. Croatia: The Price of Corruption

    “A high level of corruption - especially political corruption - is nothing unusual in transitional economies. As Alina Mungiu-Pippidi, professor of democracy studies at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin has written,...read more ›

  10. Putin takes a hard line on soft power with new broadcaster

    Vladimir Putin has drastically restructured Russia’s leading state-owned news agency, RIA Novosti, into a new institution, Russia Today, with the aim of promoting the national image worldwide. Head of the new agency Dmitry...read more ›