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Survey of media leaders: 73% are confident about their outlet's future; 36% say policy intervention might help; 48% say some issues don't need neutral coverage   —  2. Platforms, publishers and regulation |  3. Impartiality versus the search for moral clarity |  4. Strategies for engagement: enduring formats find new favour |
Jan 8, 2021, 4:45 PM - In context

Survey of news consumption by women in 11 countries, including US and UK, finds more interest in health and education news and higher use of TV news than men   —  In March 2020, as COVID-19 spread around the world and political leaders began to realise that an immediate response to the pandemic …
Dec 24, 2020, 12:45 PM - In context

Daily news podcasts make up 10% of podcast downloads in the US and 9% in France and Australia; across 6 countries, 37 of 102 such podcasts were launched in 2019   —  Daily news podcasts in the wider ecosystem |  The growth of daily news podcasting in six countries |  The impact of coronavirus on consumption and production |
Nov 20, 2020, 7:00 PM - In context

Survey of 136 news industry leaders from 38 countries: 55% say remote work has helped efficiency and 48% are planning to downsize physical premises   —  Reckoning with the lack of diversity in newsrooms |  Attracting, developing and retaining talent |  Executive summary ↑
Oct 31, 2020, 7:50 PM - In context

Survey: 61% UK respondents say news media has helped explain what they can do in response to the pandemic but 35% say news coverage has made the crisis worse   —  This is the tenth factsheet of the UK COVID-19 news and information project.  —  Key findings
Aug 25, 2020, 9:00 AM - In context

Study on news gaps in the UK: while overall news use remains higher than before the pandemic, women and people under 55 are less likely to access COVID-19 news   —  A woman wearing a face mask uses her phone on London Bridge in March 2020.  —  Dr Antonis Kalogeropoulos  —  Introduction |
Jul 26, 2020, 6:10 PM - In context

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Study by the Reuters Institute for Journalism: around 70% of journalists reporting on COVID-19 say they are suffering from some levels of psychological distress   —  Many reporters are struggling to cope with the emotional demands of covering the pandemic, write Meera Selva and Anthony Feinstein
Jul 20, 2020, 7:00 AM - In context

Survey: 22% of UK adults say they often or actively avoid the news, up from 15% in April, of which 86% try to avoid COVID-19 news at least some of the time   —  Dr Antonis Kalogeropoulos  —  This is the third factsheet of the UK COVID-19 news and information project.  —  Key Findings
May 19, 2020, 1:15 PM - In context

Reuters Institute: of 226 news outlets across 23 EU countries, those orgs with higher accuracy assessments from experts tend to have higher public trust ratings   —  French Economy and Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire is seen on a TV screen during a television interview at the Bercy Finance Ministry …
May 10, 2020, 7:25 AM - In context

Independent News Emergency Relief Coordination, chaired by Reuters Institute, launches to help funders provide relief to independent news orgs amid the pandemic   —  Funders and others come together to coordinate emergency funding relief.  The Reuters Institute will chair the group and provide analysis
May 3, 2020, 1:15 AM - In context




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