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How Technology is Shaping the Future of Accountability Journalism

On Jun 22, 2020
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RT @MediaGFMD: [Webinar] How Technology is Shaping the Future of Accountability Journalism. This Wednesday, June 24, GFMD's @morelliana will be speaking at a @Sourcefabric webinar alongside @macloo, @datatheism, & @IDashboard. Register here: https://t.co/el22Oaslk2 #MediaDev Details below ⬇️ https://t.co/iMe9RVTyf2
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As the media faces even more financial uncertainty as well as new threats from hostile governments in the wake of the pandemic, we aim to explore the ways that technology can support the future of journalism as an instrument of public accountability, and tell truth to power.

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On Jun 22, 2020
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RT @MediaGFMD: [Webinar] How Technology is Shaping the Future of Accountability Journalism. This Wednesday, June 24, GFMD's @morelliana will be speaking at a @Sourcefabric webinar alongside @macloo, @datatheism, & @IDashboard. Register here: https://t.co/el22Oaslk2 #MediaDev Details below ⬇️ https://t.co/iMe9RVTyf2
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How Technology is Shaping the Future of Accountability Journalism

How Technology is Shaping the Future of Accountability Journalism

As the media faces even more financial uncertainty as well as new threats from hostile governments in the wake of the pandemic, we aim to explore the ways that technology can support the ...

The Subjects of History: Media, Technology, and Politics in Historical Context

The Subjects of History: Media, Technology, and Politics in Historical Context

Historicizing technological and political change Information disorder[footnote]“Information disorder” is an emerging conceptual framework and umbrella term that refers to three types of ...

Vanguards and rearguards in the fight for the future of journalism

Vanguards and rearguards in the fight for the future of journalism

“The truth is hard” I’ve come across this quote repeatedly in the past year, most frequently in the form of ads for the New York Times at various media events. It always makes me think of ...

The State(s) of Things 20 Years of Journalism Studies and Political Communication C. W. Anderson | AssoComPol

The State(s) of Things 20 Years of Journalism Studies and Political Communication C. W. Anderson | AssoComPol

Chris W. Anderson (University of Leeds) Abstract In this brief paper I want to try to understand the evolving, 20 year relationship between journalism studies and political communication ...

“The rearguard thinks the problem is that the world has changed too much. The vanguard thinks the problem is that journalism hasn’t changed enough.”

“The rearguard thinks the problem is that the world has changed too much. The vanguard thinks the problem is that journalism hasn’t changed enough.”

When it comes to the fight for the future of journalism, are you the vanguard or the rearguard? Here's how Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, the director of the Reuters Institute for the Study of ...

The Future of Journalism Is Tiny, Targeted, and Timely

The Future of Journalism Is Tiny, Targeted, and Timely

Those targeted ads for obscure products in your social media feeds are part of a marketing strategy known as “microbranding.” It could be the future of local journalism.

For US Journalism, the Future Is Brighter Than You Think

For US Journalism, the Future Is Brighter Than You Think

Journalism is not going away. But what business models will do the most to help keep it alive?

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This compares to U.S. census data from 2015 indicating that only 32.5% of 1This significant overrepresentation of individuals from the upper classes in political science, at least in terms ...

Journalism is under attack. Here's how it must fight back

Journalism is under attack. Here's how it must fight back

The media is both an incredibly powerful, unaccountable force and a vulnerable, financially weak institution under attack from politicians, from platform companies like Google and Facebook ...

Guest Editors’ Note: Digital media and democracy in the Americas: Renewing a journalism of accountability for extraordinary times

Guest Editors’ Note: Digital media and democracy in the Americas: Renewing a journalism of accountability for extraordinary times

By Eugenia Mitchelstein, associate professor and director of the communication degree, University of San Andrés, Argentina and Pablo J. Boczkowski, professor, Department of Communication ...

Journalism Under Pressure

Journalism Under Pressure

n an essay first published in 1999 that graces his collection “Things That Matter” (2013), the late Charles Krauthammer answered a question posed by Time magazine: Who was the most ...

IRIS Special 1 2018en

IRIS Special 1 2018en

The chapter will first discuss broadcast media coverage of news and current affairs, including recent judgments of the Court concerning sanctions imposed on broadcasters over the accuracy ...

Why the media is so polarized — and how it polarizes us

Why the media is so polarized — and how it polarizes us

Read an excerpt from Why We’re Polarized, the new book by Ezra Klein.

#ijf19 day by day: Saturday 6

#ijf19 day by day: Saturday 6

We invite you to check out the full festival programme on the website, but to provide a taster we have prepared the following brief overview. By clicking on +info► you can link to full ...