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“News you don’t believe”: Audience perspectives on fake news - Reports

While a narrow definition of the term “fake news” deals with fabricated news reports, audiences use the same expression in a more broad meaning. RISJ’s Factsheet aims at contributing to the discussion on fake news from the point of view of “ordinary people”

Trust-Building Strategies for Journalists - Training

Why trust in journalism is decreasing and what to do about it

Chiara Sighele: Creating transnational networks for media freedom - HTML5 video

This short video presents the contribution of Chiara Sighele - project manager of the project European Centre for Press and Media Freedom at Osservatorio Balcani Caucaso Transeuropa (OBCT) - in the panel "Media and journalism in the WB6: a very European issue" held in Trieste in the context of the Civil Society Forum (July 10-12, 2017).

Post-truth: what is it and what can we do about it? - HTML5 video

The conference "Post-truth: what is it and what can we do about it?", organised by the Royal Statistical Society (UK), debated the issue of fake news and took into consideration what is really new about it, and what can be done to promote evidence and facts, with a focus on the UK

Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2017 - HTML5 video

This video highlights some of the key facts and figures from the 2017 Digital News Report by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism in under two minutes

Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2017 - Reports

The 2017 edition of the Digital News Report by the Reuters Institute, the most comprehensive ongoing comparative study of news consumption in the world, focuses on the issues of trust in the era of fake news, changing business models and the role of platforms

Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2017 - Training

This webinar on June 28th provides a chance to learn about the 2017 Digital News Report and its key findings

Media manipulation and disinformation online - Reports

The report “Media manipulation and disinformation online” explores how Internet subcultures and radicalised groups, including far-right activists in the United States, exploit web opportunities to influence the mainstream media agenda

UK media coverage of the 2016 EU Referendum Campaign - Reports

The King’s College London’s Centre for the Study of Media, Communication and Power provides the first study based on web articles. According to the collected data, the core messages of Leave campaign were better covered by online British media

Worlds of Journalism Study - Datasets

The Worlds of Journalism Study (WJS) assesses the state of journalism on a global scale, collecting perceptions on the working conditions and the limitations under which journalists operate