Search for "DENMARK" returned 71 matches
The report aims at understanding how news is being consumed across the world. This year’s focus is on people’s trust in media and their willingness to pay for news, private messaging applications and groups, misinformation, and habits of younger people
The sixth of a series of thematic itineraries to explore the Resource Centre on Media Freedom through a curated aggregation of contents.
Journalists aged 34 and younger from developing countries can apply for a conference fellowship
ProPublica has launched a database of political ads showed on Facebook, including each ad's targeting details.
The Danish Union of Journalists (Dansk Journalistforbundm, DJ) was founded in 1961. It has more than 18,000 members.
It is a member of the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) and the International Federation of Journalists (EFJ).
This study explores the ways news is being consumed in a range of countries. This year's report focuses on the issues of trust and misinformation, media literacy, new online business models, the impact of changing Facebook algorithms and the rise of new platforms and messaging apps
The University of Copenhagen welcomes papers on how journalistic authority and critical expertise within the cultural field is being reconfigured by means of digital media. Deadline: September 10, 2018
A piece of automated content analysis on a corpus of articles covering the European Commission from 1992 to 2016
A team at the Pew Research Center conducted a public opinion survey in eight countries of Western Europe about trust in news media in relation to how people place themselves on a left/right and on a populist/non-populist axis. Attention was also given to how people use social media as a source for news
The Council of Europe has issued guidelines to its 47 member states in order to promote media pluralism, transparency of media ownership and media literacy