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The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism is Oxford University's international research centre in the comparative study of news media.

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The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism is Oxford University's international research centre in the comparative study of news media.

    A new wave: female editors and new audiences

    A new wave: female editors and new audiences

    Meera Selva and Simge Andi of the Reuters Institute discuss the implications of their research on the numbers of women leading newsrooms around the world

    • 10 min
    Political gossip and how it drives everything

    Political gossip and how it drives everything

    Political writer Marie Le Conte on how Westminster gossip is intrinsic to politics reporting

    • 1 hr 19 min
    A dangerous moment: reporting Hong Kong's protests

    A dangerous moment: reporting Hong Kong's protests

    Emily Tsang, reporter at South China Morning Post and Wei Du, international correspondent at Channel News Asia, describe the difficulties of covering the protests against the controversial extradition law

    • 35 min
    Misinformation and propaganda wars in Ukraine and Russia

    Misinformation and propaganda wars in Ukraine and Russia

    Maryana Drach, RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service director, and Gulmira Amangalieva, reporter at Freenews-Volga, Russia outine the threats to journalism in their countries.

    • 39 min
    Leading Digital Transformation

    Leading Digital Transformation

    Inga Thordar, Execuive Editor of CNN Digital International, talks about her career and her championing of digital news output at one of the world's leading news outlets.

    • 29 min
    The truth behind filter bubbles

    The truth behind filter bubbles

    Is the concern around filter bubbles in news use warranted? Richard Fletcher outlines the evidence.

    • 35 min

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Yes it is free, but there is a reason why.

These recordings are some of the worst I've ever heard. They sound like they were made on a low quality dictaphone stuffed in someones bag at the back of the classroom, next to a cell phone which provides constant interference.

There are probably two or three lectures which can be listened to, but most are of a terrible quality, either muffled, or containing so much ambient room noise: people coughing, laughing, mumbling etc that they can't be taken seriously as "iTunes University" material.

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