Tag: Pew Research Center
Why newsrooms should invest in animation
Animation adds new opportunities for engaging different audiences, and that could help your bottom line.
Journalism’s broken talent pipeline
It’s impossible to address what journalists do and why we exist without understanding how and who becomes a journalist today.
Women in Journalism Workshop 2021
The Women in Journalism Workshop is an annual workshop that focuses on challenges, accomplishments and issues specific to women in the journalism industry today.
Challenge Accepted! Expandable audio journalism lets listeners take control
What if people could control the way an audio story plays out while listening to it? Missouri School of Journalism students Slone Salerno, Vivian Wang, Elliot Bauman and Sarai Vega worked with RJI Fellow Michael Epstein to find out.
Newsroom Notes: The more things change, the more they stay the same?
When it comes to the global pandemic we find ourselves in, are you tired of hearing the quote attributed to Winston Churchill? “Never waste a good crisis.”
Breaking News 3: New media myths
Breaking News is about the self-inflicted fractures breaking the news business. Previous posts were on malvertising and the ad-tech tax.
Attitudes about news transcend technology and generational divide
2015 RJI Mobile Media Research Report 5 Millennials more likely than boomers to use smartphones for news, but professional journalism and news sources matter to both This is my final report on the results of the 2015 Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute Mobile Media News Consumption Survey. I will use it to explore the generational … Continued
Privacy: The evolving meaning of a single word for our networked news and information economy
Privacy. It’s hard to think of another word that is simultaneously at the center of journalism, technology and Internet policy. Privacy is increasingly thought of broadly, and encompasses trust and networks. It’s a big story now, involving the White House, Edward Snowden, data breaches and research. Balancing identity, marketing and privacy is a quagmire for … Continued
Imagining the 21st-century personal news experience — and how to create it
This is the second in a series of blog reports about the status of the news landscape and a challenge to create a new one. The first one, “The future begins with P: Privacy, personalization and payment,” was published last week. The series and report are authored by Bill Densmore, a 2008-2009 RJI Fellow. Does … Continued