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This policy document brings together findings from secondary research and consultations with 12 female journalists and media workers and one male journalist from Australia to recommend strategies for media organisations to prevent and respond to gender-based abuse on their platforms.
Disinformation, as the latest iteration of propaganda suitable for a digitally interconnected world, shows no signs of abating. This paper provides a holistic overview of the current state of play and outlines how European Union and U.S cooperation can mitigate disinformation in the future.
Online media manipulators often use specific techniques to hide the source of the false and problematic information they circulate. The authors label this strategy “source hacking.” Typically used during breaking news events, source hacking targets journalists and other influential public figures to pick up falsehoods...
The report is based on insights from digital tracking of the news consumption of young consumers in the United States and United Kingdom. The findings are underpinned by quantitative data from the Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2019, which shows that under 35s are less...
The ACCC Digital Platforms Report recommends several ways to revive journalism in the social media age, including A$50m in direct grants to local news services.
The Digital News Report 2019 lead author, Professor Caroline Fisher, told The World Today that concern about fake news was highly dependent on demographics, which was cause for concern.
This report shows that Australian news consumers think the news media are doing a good job helping them to understand events and keeping them up to date. On the negative side, the number of Australians with high interest in news has fallen, news avoidance has...
This year's edition uses data from a survey of over 75,000 people in 38 countries, plus additional qualitative research, to report on trends in digital news consumption around the world.
Election 2019 will likely be the first time in Australia's electoral history that more voters are following the campaign online than via conventional media – television, newspapers and radio.