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What's Happening to Our News

An investigation into the likely impact of the digital revolution on the economics of news publishing in the UK

Andrew Currah

I think the report is the most analytical,most thoughtful and best researched piece of work I have seen on this or related subjects. It is also superbly written.”

Stewart Purvis, Partner for Content and Standards, Ofcom 

There is no more urgent need in journalism than facing honestly the challenges brought on by change - and finding opportunities there - to decide as a society what kind of news we can and must have to stay informed.”

Jeff Jarvis, Associate Professor at the City University of New York's Graduate School of Journalism and director of the interactive journalism program; and a Guardian columnist on new media

 


The author, Dr Andrew Currah, is a lecturer at the University of Oxford, specialising in the digital economy and the future of the internet. His work has been published in a variety of international journals, as well as edited collections. He is also a freelance consultant and a regular contributor to Oxford Analytica, with responsibility for their coverage of digital and internet-related topics.