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  1. Regulating for Trust in Journalism

    Published today, this new book by Lara Fielden looks beneath the multitude of investigations, consultations, scandals, and inquiries into issues of journalistic standards during 2011. read more ›

  2. Networked Journalism In The Age Of Social Discovery

    ‘Social media are complementary to traditional news providers, and not in competition with them’ – that was one of the key points stressed by Nic Newman in his presentation. read more ›

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    Fellow’s book generates discussion about the future of journalism in Finland

    In Finland, newspaper companies are still making handsome profits despite the inevitable decline in circulations. “There’s a lot of complacency in the business”, says Johanna Vehkoo, a former Journalist Fellow (2009–2010) and...read more ›

  4. Video: Nic Newman - News in the Digital Age

    The video of last week's publication launch Mainstream media and the distribution of news in the age of social discovery by Nic Newman is now available to view on the BBC College of Journalism website.View Nic's...read more ›

  5. Scandal! News International and the Rights of Journalism

    The revelations of phone hacking at the News of the World have already caused the resignations of two of the country's most senior police officers and the closure of Britain's most popular newspaper, the News of the World....read more ›

  6. Mainstream media and the distribution of news in the age of social discovery

    A new RISJ report by Nic Newman is now available online after its highly popular launch on Tuesday 4th October at the BBC Council Chamber.Social media have helped UK newspapers and broadcasters gain traction around the world,...read more ›

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    How can investigative journalism survive and thrive?

    Reuters Institute representatives are among the first witnesses to give evidence to the Lords Communications Committee for its inquiry into the future of investigative journalism David Levy and John Lloyd will today face...read more ›

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    Media policymakers obsess over market share

    Policymakers are increasingly infusing media policy with competition law overtones and language. They are particularly obsessed with the media market share concept. Many seem to start from the position that any large market share...read more ›

  9. Will Machines Replace Journalists?

    After looking at start-ups for their book, “The Monkey That Won a Pulitzer,” two Italian journalists launched a project that uses motion graphics to tell news stories with context.read more ›

  10. Journalism Caught in Narrow Nationalism: The India-Pakistan Media War

    Dwaipayan Bose, an Indian journalist working for Daily News and Analysis (DNA) in Jaipur and a Thomson Reuters fellow for two terms in 2011, has written a polemical study on the nationalistic and jingoistic framing of India and...read more ›