The pandemic changed newsrooms. But did it change them the right way? Paid Members Public
New research from the Reuters Institute shows us that newsrooms have become more flexible post-pandemic, but not how that flexibility is being used.
Making climate crisis journalism better: the launch of the Oxford Climate Journalism Network Paid Members Public
We need to get better at integrating the impact of the climate crisis into all our journalism. And a new initiative from the Reuters Institute should help.
Digital News Report 2021: a good crisis for the media? Paid Members Public
Four European journalists discuss the findings of the latest edition of the annual research into news, and how it compares with their own titles' pandemic experiences.
When less journalism is more Paid Members Public
The shift to digital unleashed the floodgates on a tidal wave of journalism of often variable content. And, finally, publishers are discovering that smaller amounts of more valuable work can be better.
Digital News Report 2020: the trust crisis and its solutions Paid Members Public
2020's edition of the Reuters Institute Digital News Report is dominated, as you would expect, with the changes wrought by the pandemic. But there's an underlying trends that's worth focusing on.
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.
News podcasts: profitable and engaging — but have we got the format right? Paid Members Public
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?