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    This is the beginning

    Former Reuters Fellow Abdalla Hassan reports on the events unfolding in Cairo.read more ›

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    Media interest in climate change takes a dive

    Author of 'Summoned by Science' and Head of RISJ's Fellowship Programme, James Painter discusses climate change reporting in the new Oxbridge blog Politics in Spires.Read James' article hereread more ›

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    3 new Fellows' papers now online

    Journalist fellows have published three new papers on the RISJ website. The first two offer original research on climate change and the media: the first is an evaluation of the impact of ‘Climategate’ on British journalists, and...read more ›

  4. Hot climate for the RISJ in Cancun

    The RISJ’s new book on reporting climate change in the media received ample coverage and discussion at various side events during the UN summit on climate change in the Mexican sea resort of Cancunread more ›

  5. Are Foreign Correspondents Redundant?

    Economic pressures and digital technology are undermining the role of the foreign correspondent, according to the new Reuters Institute study by Richard Sambrookread more ›

  6. The Global News Challenge: Assessing changes in international broadcast news consumption

    A new working paper by RISJ post doctoral research Fellow, Dr Anne Geniets, is now available to downloadread more ›

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    From deep ignorance to sharp questioning – SMC and the difficulty of science reporting

    "Science reporting is characterised mainly by deep ignorance," fired off Fiona Fox, director of the London-based Science Media Centre (SMC) in her seminar on reporting science in mass media. read more ›

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    New Fellow's research paper online

    Helsingin Sanomat-sponsored fellow Johanna Vehkoo has written an extensive and very readable study examining the nature of quality journalism and how it can help to save print media.read more ›

  9. Crisis? What crisis? Study of the future of the international news industry

    The internet is often held up as the main reason for declining newspaper sales and dwindling revenues. But an assessment of the news industry conducted in seven different countries shows that, contrary to popular belief, in many...read more ›

  10. RISJ appoints new Director of Research

    Professor Robert G Picard, a world-leading specialist on media economics and government media policies, is to join Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ) at the University of Oxford. As from this month Professor...read more ›