- Tools for journalists
For the first time this year, the European Audiovisual Observatory is publishing a study to map media literacy initiatives at national or regional level in the EU
Mapping Italian News sheds light on the main topics and stories that drove attention in the lead-up to March 2018 Italian election.
The Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2018 focuses on the news industry and news consumption patterns, mainly on digital.
A database provides data on all television channels and on-demand audiovisual services in Europe.
British journalist Nic Newman analyzed a study conducted as part of the Reuters Institute's Digital News Report 2018 on information sites in Europe that have or support a political agenda and an explicit ideological position.
A new survey shows that “those who hold populist views value and trust the news media less, and they also give the media lower marks for coverage of major issues, such as immigration, the economy and crime”.
Mark Zuckerberg had nothing new to say, while MEPs seemed determined to introduce new regulations. Those interested in the future of social media may do well to tune their antennas to Brussels rather than to Facebook headquarters.
An interview with Ceyda Ulukaya, journalist and the creator of the first map of femicides in Turkey – an original and appreciated data journalism project.
On June 20, the Legal Affairs committee of the European Parliament will vote on a proposed directive for Copyright reform. Sounds obscure? It is actually a hotly debated topic: the new directive may well shape how the internet will look like in a few years, among other things changing how linking and uploading of contents works.
On the 25th of April, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) published their World Press Freedom Index for 2018. The situation in Europe is alarmingly worsening, says the Paris-based NGO.