Mass media

Report
17 January 2017

Aid organisation, CARE International, has released a report highlighting the top ten most underreported humanitarian crises of 2016.

Strategy
17 January 2017

This report, by a team of seven of the The New York Times' journalists, outlines the newsroom’s strategy and aspirations.

Audio interview
12 January 2017

'Fake news' may be the term du jour, but one lecturer in American politics says the truth still matters.

Briefing paper
9 December 2016

Community feedback to ECCV indicates that stereotyped or absent media representations of ethnicity and faith is contributing to their disengagement from society.

Infographic
5 December 2016

The Media Interests snapshot provides an overview of the main interests in major commercial television and commercial radio networks and associated newspapers.

Article
24 November 2016

With the rise of fake news, the pull and push of traditional media is more important than ever, writes Mike Fewster.

Article
11 November 2016

In the aftermath of Donald Trump’s election, the US media has embarked on a flurry of self recrimination. Much of what they discuss applies equally to the UK media and the problems with news...

Article
7 November 2016

RMIT research associate, Vincent O'Donnell, comments on the rise of a new mediascape which he describes as a monocultural echo chamber for prejudices and bigoted thinking. 

Blog post
25 October 2016

This article explains the important implications of the UK Press Regulation Panel this week granting media regulator status to Impress under the Royal Charter.

Article
21 October 2016

From a social media post that cracked open a decades-old abuse scandal in the UK and Australia, through to tracking asylum seekers, social media can be vital in breaking investigative news stories...