The Best of Reuters Institute
9 most popular Reuters Institute articles, as voted by our community.
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Reuters Institute on Media
Journalism, media, and technology trends and predictions 2023
This year's report looks into the business prospects for media companies, how they are exploring TikTok, audio products and generative AI.
Grappling with the journalists' trilemma: how to rethink news impartiality today
Shared by 39, including Mathew Ingram, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Jay Rosen
«first, seeking truth and reporting it with, second, a desire to serve the whole public in an impartial fashion, and, third, moral clarity on important but often divisive issues – but where one, in practice, will have to engage in trade-offs between the latter two.»
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Overview and key findings of the 2022 Digital News Report
Last year’s report contained some positive signs for the news industry, with higher consumption and rising trust amidst a second wave of Coronavirus lockdowns. Many traditional news brands seemed to…
Digital News Report 2022
The most comprehensive study of news consumption, based on a YouGov survey of over 93,000 online news consumers in 46 markets.
Journalism, media, and technology trends and predictions 2021
This annual report, based on a survey of senior executives, looks at some of the issues facing journalism in 2021 and beyond.
The Cookiepocalypse: Why first-party data is going to matter to your newsroom
The end of third-party cookie tracking could be a huge issue for media companies that rely on digital ad spend, but it could also be an opportunity, Paul Herman writes.
These reader revenue models keep in mind people who won't pay full price (yet)
As subscriptions become more common, news publishers for Sweden, Spain and South Africa are creating more inclusive schemes.
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Reuters Institute on Social Media
How publishers are learning to create and distribute news on TikTok
This looks at the adoption of TikTok among news publishers around the world and at the ways the platform could better support journalism.