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Oxford Internet Institute - Stakeholders

The Oxford Internet Institute is a multidisciplinary research and teaching department of the University of Oxford, dedicated to the social science of the Internet. The institute's activities are developed through research, teaching and policy.

Junk News During the EU Parliamentary Elections: Lessons from a Seven-Language Study of Twitter and Facebook - Academic Sources

The study highlights that the influence of junk news is far less prominent on Twitter (4% of total sources), while the engagement of junk news is higher on Facebook, but the recipients of professional news outnumbered the former

NewsGuard - Monitoring tool

A browser extension rating news websites based on their trustworthiness.

IJF19: Fast & slow: the place of investigative journalism in a digital world - HTML5 video

A panel about long-form investigative journalism and digital storytelling.

IJF19: Bringing history into the news - HTML5 video

A panel on the role of history in journalism to fight revisionism, fake news, and disinformation

IJF19: Can art save journalism? - HTML5 video

A panel about innovation in video storytelling

IJF19: Can thematic newsrooms help fill the public-interest gap? - HTML5 video

Over the past 3 or 4 years, a few donors and NGOs have started investing directly in funding, launching, or incubating thematic units staffed and run by journalists, and producing independent investigative journalism to cover public-interest issues they care about. Not everyone is comfortable with that, while others see this as natural

Public Media Alliance - Stakeholders

The Public Media Alliance (PMA) is the largest global association of public service broadcasters. It was first founded in 1945 as the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association. The PMA provides a global context for public service broadcasters as they transit in the digital era. It has members (operating through TV, radio and online) in 54 countries.

The about section of the association's site reads that the PMA works "to identify, research and champion common themes in Public service media (PSM) and provide forums for debate and networking. We also act as a bridge between the academic and public debate around PSM and its changing role. We do this practically through running training, symposiums, exchange programmes, publishing research and reviewing the research of others. We are also working to create appropriate benchmarks for PSM".

IJF19: Technology and automation in the fight against misinformation - HTML5 video

Numerous developments and initiatives that aim to counter the spread of false information with the aid of technology have emerged.

IJF19: Beyond fake news: what's next for tackling online misinformation - HTML5 video

James Ball surveys the landscape almost three years after "fake news" became the word of the year.