The 2019 edition of the Journalism, Media and Technology Trends and Predictions report finds an industry rethinking many of its assumptions about the way digital operates.
Facebook is in decline and the chat apps are rising. But it's more than algorithm changes, but a shift in people's behavior - how do we adapt?
Reports from Australia make it clear the traffic from Facebook is a thing of the past - and that Zuckerberg never took it seriously in the first place.
When the creator of the World Wide Web is fighting to change how it operates, you know we’ve got a big problem. But what role did journalism play in this?
A relentless stream of problem stories makes the world feel worse than it is, and makes people more susceptible to manipulation. Can solutions journalism reverse that?