Oxford's Centre for Research into News Media

The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism was established in autumn 2006, with core funding from the Thomson Reuters Foundation, and is part of the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford.


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    While 2013 was the year of Big Data hype, 2014 is shaping up to be the year of Big Data success...

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    Good media, bad politics? New media and the Syrian conflict

    The relationship between new media and uprisings is mired in hyperbole and cynicism; too often...

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    Vacancy: Finance and Administrative Officer

    The Reuters Institute is seeking a well organised and flexible individual to join their small...

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Featured Content

  • About the Journalism Fellowship Programme

    The Journalism Fellowship Programme at Oxford offers a practical form of professional assistance to established and mid-career journalists. Its purpose is to allow journalists to tackle subjects in greater depth than is possible under deadline pressure.

  • Climate Change in the Media: Reporting Risk and Uncertainty

    Drawing on the long-standing debate about how best to communicate the complexities of climate change, this book examines how the print media in six countries (UK, Australia, France, India, Norway and the USA) convey key messages of uncertainty, risk, disaster and opportunity.

  • Media Landscapes

    These media landscapes aim to provide a working journalist’s personal view of the media situation in their individual countries.