25th June 2021
Principled, Paid and Partisan: The 2021 Reuters Digital News Report
It’s been a tricky time for journalism in the last year…or since 2016…or since the world went online, really. And yet, the trade soldiers on. Now in its 10th year, the Reuters Digital News Report is back with a vengeance. You might remember that I like to cover the report every year. It’s a labour […]
28th June 2020
The Reuters Digital News Report 2020 - Can We Trust Anyone?
Another year, another belter of a Reuters Digital News Report. I’ll admit I had my reservations about this year’s study. Thankfully, the C-word was a minor “backdrop”, and we still have the same shrewd insights. Recap: what is the Reuters Digital News Report? Led by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, this yearly […]
19th June 2019
The Reuters Digital News Report 2019: What's New?
In 2018, we looked at the findings from the Reuters Digital News Report. A lot has happened since then: we’ve missed the Brexit deadline and got a new prime minister to boot. The 2019 Digital News Report sees some overlapping themes from 2018. As ever, our faith in the media is waning, to the point […]
25th June 2018
The Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2018: the Best Bits
Since 2012, the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism has been commissioning the annual Digital News Report, which thoroughly dissects publishers, revenue streams, and consumer attitudes towards digital news. Surveying 74,000 people across 37 countries in Europe, Asia, North and Latin America, the 2018 report comprises data from focus groups, YouGov polls, survey data […]