Engaged Reading Digest: who won the attention election? Paid Members Public
A quick round-up of useful digital publishing reading from around the web, including the Beeb on the Dark Web, and journalism LIVE.
General Election 2019: the news media failed profoundly — but not in the way you think Paid Members Public
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.
General Election 2015: the election the newspapers lost? Paid Members Public
The next few days could be a very interesting one for our national press. The vast majority have thrown their weight behind either the Tories or a continued LibDem/Tory coalition. The hold outs are the traditional Labour house organs – The Guardian, The Mirror and the New Statesman – and the
Was This An Online Election? Paid Members Public
So, how has the online media done on this election? The BBC has reported unprecedented levels of traffic to its site this morning, but Paul Bradshaw has a good post up, suggesting that there’s a degree ofhomogenisation amongst the online news outlets [http://onlinejournalismblog.com/2010/05/07/uk-general-election-2010-online-journalism-is-ordinary/
What RBI's Business Bloggers are saying about the General Election Paid Members Public
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Generally Electing Paid Members Public
[http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/assets_c/2010/05/4583934532_fa10d1630a_b-1638.html] Like so many others, I stopped off to vote on the way in to work this morning. I had three separate ballot papers: for the national government, for the local council and for the local mayor.I was