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13 February 2017

Hannah Marsh reviews the recent Reuters Memorial Lecture, entitled 'We Broke the News. How do we Fix it?' - delivered by Melissa Bell, of Vox.

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10 February 2017

The Web Foundation has chosen to focus its 2017 - 2022 strategy on delivering ‘digital equality’ — using the open web to build a more equal world.

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7 February 2017

Since November’s US presidential election, the issue of fake news stories spreading on social media has been under the spotlight. The Media Policy Project’s Emma Goodman looks at how governments...

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6 February 2017

This blog outlines examples of approaches being developed at the Digital Methods Initiative that hope to assist digital researchers, data journalists, civil society groups and others looking to...

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2 February 2017

Adopting the role of a good neighbour does not mean abandoning critical perspective. It’s an opportunity to ensure that local newspapers are at the heart of the conversations taking place in their...

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27 January 2017

Explores the ‘co-benefits’ of tackling climate change and the practical benefits they can bring to community and national development.

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22 January 2017

In order to develop effective policies to prevent or alleviate homelessness it’s important to understand what causes people to enter homelessness and then prevents them from finding adequate...

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17 January 2017

It has always been risky for journalists to offend the powerful, rich and litigious. But until the digital age, American newspapers generally held their own. Today, journalists many not be...

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11 January 2017

This blog post announcing the Facebook Journalism Project outlines how it is designed to support journalism and news literacy, and to serve as a hub for journalists and publishers to learn and...

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11 January 2017

The latest Digital Finance Analytics Household Finance Confidence Index, to end December 2016 has been released.