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  1. The Future of Local News: RISJ on BBC Radio 4

    David Levy, Director of the Reuters Institute, discusses the future of local news with Polly Toynbee and John Naughton on Radio 4's The Media Show. If you missed the broadcast, you can listen via the Media Show website or...read more ›

  2. Clickstream journalism

    The internet is transforming media. But just how much will it warp editorial values?  Andrew Currah writes on the shifting demand for news in April's Prospect magazine.  Click here to read the article.Andrew is the...read more ›

  3. The Internet and Democracy: Lessons Learnt and Future directions of research

    A recent three day workshop organised in collaboration with the Oxford Internet Institute and the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism brought together leading researchers to assess the current state of research on the...read more ›

  4. Richard Dowden

    Africa Not All ‘Doom and Gloom’

    Richard Dowden, director of the Royal African Society, says there's more to Africa than the stereotypes we see in the media. He discussed its true diversity at this week's RISJ seminarread more ›

  5. Stephen Whittle

    Privacy vs the right to know

    In our Wednesday seminar, Stephen Whittle, a RISJ Visiting Fellow, discussed the issues involved in the current debate between the right to privacy and the public's right to knowread more ›

  6. Dr Andrew Currah

    Business models for the media

    Dr Andrew Currah, author of 'What's Happening to Our News' discussed the changing business models of the news media in our Wednesday seminar.read more ›

  7. Screenshot of the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Logo

    Donald McDonald ABC Scholarship Winner Announced

    The Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Managing Director Mark Scott today announced ABC journalist Eleanor Hall as the winner of the 2009 Donald McDonald ABC Scholarship to the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at...read more ›

  8. Barack Obama

    President Obama and America’s Paradigmatic Change

    Professor Kathleen Burk, a leading academic authority on Anglo-American Relations discussed the impact of the new president on the US media at our Wednesday seminarread more ›

  9. Aljazeera's growing influence

    The launch of Aljazeera English has spearheaded a trend to more critical news reporting, says Rageh Omaar, presenter of the daily documentary series Witness on Aljazeera English. Omaar said that the launching of the Aljazeera...read more ›

  10. Does impartiality mean inhumanity?

    It is not a journalist’s job to save the world and impartiality can sometimes mean inhumanity, says John Bridcut, an independent producer who has worked for the BBC.read more ›