General Election 2019: the news media failed profoundly — but not in the way you think
Reuters Institute research shows that most of what we believe about the general public and politics news is wrong — and that we are profoundly failing to engage them.
News podcasts: profitable and engaging — but have we got the format right?
New research from the Reuters Institute suggests that publishers are waking up to the opportunity for greater audience engagement through podcasting - but are they taking the right approach?
News on Smart Speakers: are voice interfaces viable for journalism?
Are smart speakers the next frontier for journalism - and is there any money to be made there? A panel of speakers at the March 2018 news:rewired explored the potential — and the challenges.
Journalism on Smart Speakers: key findings from the Reuters Institute research
Nic Newman has dug into the use of smart speakers for news. There's a market there - but how big is it, and how fast will it grow?
Predicting journalism’s 2018 - goodbye platforms, hello AI, and talking with Alexa
Oh, happy day. Those of us in the online journalism development business get an annual present a little later than
Nic Newman: the rapidly changing landscape for news video
The rapid adoption of social video - the so-called "pivot to video" has not been well supported by research - until now. Nic Newman presents his early findings.