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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.

    How to improve climate change coverage. Ideas from three reporters around the world

    How to improve climate change coverage. Ideas from three reporters around the world

    In this episode of our podcast, we speak to members of our Oxford Climate Journalism Network (OCJN) on their experience participating in the network. In this episode of our podcast, we speak to members of our Oxford Climate Journalism Network (OCJN) on their experience participating in the network, what they have learned, how it has improved their understanding of the climate and how to improve its coverage, and the importance of solidarity and community among journalists covering climate change.

    The speakers:
    Elisângela Mendonça is an award-winning journalist at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism specialising in climate breakdown and human rights. She is a fellow at the Pulitzer Center Rainforest Investigations Network. She is member of the OCJN.

    Krixia Subingsubing is a journalist at the Philippine Daily Inquirer covering politics, social justice, human rights and the environment. She is member of the OCJN.

    Ethan van Diemen is a South African data and investigative journalist based for the Daily Maverick. He writes about the intersection of climate change, energy and development in sub-Saharan Africa. He is a member of the OCJN.

    Our host Diego Arguedas Ortiz Network Manager at the Oxford Climate Journalism Network. His work has been published by BBC Future, MIT Technology Review, Le Monde Diplomatique, Univision and Anthropocene. He has covered several UN climate change conferences, the Panama Papers, and founded and edited Ojo al Clima, Central America's first climate news outlet.

    Read a transcript of the podcast here: https://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/news/our-podcast-how-improve-climate-change-coverage-ideas-three-reporters-around-world

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    Digital News Report 2022. Episode 7: Which journalists do people pay most attention to and why?

    Digital News Report 2022. Episode 7: Which journalists do people pay most attention to and why?

    In this episode we look at findings from our DNR22 on the types of journalists that people across six countries pay most attention to. In this episode of our podcast we look at a chapter of the Digital News Report 2022 looking at which individual journalists news audiences pay most attention to. We’ll look at whether these journalists represent traditional mainstream media or newer digital-born brands, and whether they are known for reportage or opinion. And we'll explore any differences in how people engage with individual journalists across the six countries we focus on: the US, UK, Brazil, Germany, France, and Finland

    Speakers:
    Nic Newman is the lead author of the Digital News Report and is a Senior Research Associate at the Reuters Institute. He is also a consultant on digital media, working actively with news companies on product, audience, and business strategies for digital transition. He writes an annual report for the Institute on future media and technology trends.

    Our host Federica Cherubini is Head of Leadership Development at the Reuters Institute. She is an expert in newsroom operations and organisational change, with more than ten years of experience spanning major publishers, research institutes and editorial networks around the world.

    • 16 min
    Digital News Report 2022. Episode 6: Have news audiences become more polarised over time?

    Digital News Report 2022. Episode 6: Have news audiences become more polarised over time?

    In this episode we look at findings from our DNR22 on news audience polarisation in four countries and whether there's been a shift since 2016. In this episode of the series we'll discuss findings from a Digital News Report chapter focusing on polarisation in news. We’ll look at whether news audiences really are as polarised as some may think, whether there has been any change since 2016, and how people perceive polarisation in their countries’ news environments.

    Richard Fletcher is Director of Research at the Reuters Institute. He is primarily interested in global trends in digital news consumption, comparative media research, the use of social media by journalists and news organisations, and more broadly, the relationship between technology and journalism. He is a co-author of

    Our host Federica Cherubini is Head of Leadership Development at the Reuters Institute. She is an expert in newsroom operations and organisational change, with more than ten years of experience spanning major publishers, research institutes and editorial networks around the world.

    Find a transcript here: https://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/news/our-podcast-digital-news-report-2022-episode-6-have-news-audiences-become-more-polarised-over

    • 16 min
    Digital News Report 2022. Episode 5: Perceptions of media coverage of the war in Ukraine

    Digital News Report 2022. Episode 5: Perceptions of media coverage of the war in Ukraine

    In this episode we look at findings from our DNR22 about how people are engaging with news coverage of the war in Ukraine. In this special episode of our Future of Journalism podcast, we look at findings in our Digital News Report 2022 on how people are engaging with news around the war in Ukraine. We explore data from five countries on whether war coverage is leading to greater news use or turning people away, and we ask how people rate the news media's performance during the war.

    The speakers:
    Dr Kirsten Eddy is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Digital News at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. She studies the interplay of journalism, politics, and digital media, with a focus on moral and civic media and political discourse. She is the author of the Digital News Report 2022 chapter on how younger audiences are engaging with news

    Our host Federica Cherubini is Head of Leadership Development at the Reuters Institute. She is an expert in newsroom operations and organisational change, with more than ten years of experience spanning major publishers, research institutes and editorial networks around the world.

    You can find a transcript here: https://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/news/our-podcast-digital-news-report-2022-episode-5-perceptions-media-coverage-war-ukraine#interest

    • 11 min
    Digital News Report 2022. Episode 4: The role of email news in engagement and monetisation

    Digital News Report 2022. Episode 4: The role of email news in engagement and monetisation

    In this episode of our podcast we look at findings from our DNR22 around the enduring appeal of email newsletters to readers and news organisations. In this special episode of our Future of Journalism podcast, we look at findings in our Digital News Report 2022 on the role of email newsletters. We explore data around how many people use this medium for news in different countries, what news organisations and readers value about them, and what their appeal says about other news formats.

    Speakers:
    Nic Newman is the lead author of the Digital News Report and is a Senior Research Associate at the Reuters Institute. He is also a consultant on digital media, working actively with news companies on product, audience, and business strategies for digital transition. He writes an annual report for the Institute on future media and technology trends. He is the author of the Digital News Report chapter on email news.

    Our host Federica Cherubini is Head of Leadership Development at the Reuters Institute. She is an expert in newsroom operations and organisational change, with more than ten years of experience spanning major publishers, research institutes and editorial networks around the world.

    Find a transcript of the episode here: https://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/news/our-podcast-digital-news-report-2022-episode-4-role-email-news-engagement-and-monetisation

    • 19 min
    Digital News Report 2022. Episode 3: How people access climate change news

    Digital News Report 2022. Episode 3: How people access climate change news

    In this episode of our podcast we look at findings from our DNR22 on how people access news about climate change. In this special episode of our Future of Journalism podcast we are looking into the findings of the Digital News Report 2022 around how people access climate change news. We will look at what news sources people pay most attention to, how interest differs around the world and why, and what news organisations could do to more closely engage audiences with climate change news.

    Craig T. Robertson is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. His research focus includes news trust and credibility, fact-checking and verification, and how both partisan attitudes and epistemic beliefs factor into these domains. He is the author of the Digital News Report 2022 chapter on how people get climate change news.

    Our host Federica Cherubini is Head of Leadership Development at the Reuters Institute. She is an expert in newsroom operations and organisational change, with more than ten years of experience spanning major publishers, research institutes and editorial networks around the world.

    Find a transcript of the episode at: https://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/news/our-podcast-digital-news-report-2022-episode-3-how-people-access-climate-change-news Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

    • 21 min

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