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Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

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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.

  1. 1.
    Surviving the cash crunch: Bhekisisa's road to non-profit health and social justice journalism 10/18/2019
    34:09
  2. 2.
    Social media, democracy and dissent in Sri Lanka 06/24/2019
    24:19
  3. 3.
    Protecting newsrooms from political pressures 06/17/2019
    46:24
  4. 4.
    The failure of political journalism 05/31/2019
    23:32
  5. 5.
    Reputation, trust and keeping watch 05/24/2019
    22:00
  6. 6.
    Networked News, Racial Divides: How Power and Privilege Shape Public Discourse 05/17/2019
    33:50
  7. 7.
    British media and populism, and Brexit 05/10/2019
    18:15
  8. 8.
    Why don’t we take women as seriously as men? 05/07/2019
    35:05
  1. 9.
    From victims to suspects - representations of Muslim women 04/29/2019
    44:57
  2. 10.
    Should the state pay for journalism? 03/05/2019
    42:43
  3. 11.
    Diving Deep. Slow News and Reader Engagement 02/18/2019
    12:36
  4. 12.
    India's Social Media Elections 02/18/2019
    37:17
  5. 13.
    Short and strong: Making the Economist Espresso 02/05/2019
    26:28
  6. 14.
    The Coldest Story Ever Told: Kanye and the Up Next Algorithm 02/01/2019
    14:55
  7. 15.
    Voice, podcasts and the future of audio 12/13/2018
    54:37
  8. 16.
    Behind the lens: The impact and implications of visual storytelling 12/10/2018
    36:24
  9. 17.
    Empowered: Popular Feminism and Popular Misogyny 11/20/2018
    44:19
  10. 18.
    Networked solidarity in the age of Trump 11/20/2018
    43:24
  11. 19.
    Transformations in news organisations 11/08/2018
    25:17
  12. 20.
    Breaking News: The Remaking of Journalism 11/02/2018
    48:14
  13. 21.
    Protecting whistleblowers and sources in the digital age 10/18/2018
    37:03
  14. 22.
    How The Economist uses newsletters to drive engagement and subscription 10/12/2018
    17:43
  15. 23.
    Innovation and the conversation on the rise of China 06/15/2018
    35:58
  16. 24.
    Statistics and the battle against misinformation 06/08/2018
    42:20
  17. 25.
    In pursuit of repertoires of news consumption. Analysing how people use news media in everyday life 06/01/2018
    37:03
  18. 26.
    Political actors and the manipulation of social media audience groups through the use of junk news and other forms of automation 05/08/2018
    32:31
  19. 27.
    Reporting The World 04/27/2018
    26:17
  20. 28.
    The King of Whoppers and political factchecking in the 2016 US presidential race 03/21/2018
    37:31
  21. 29.
    There are many roads to power – How to build a career in journalism 02/27/2018
    43:50
  22. 30.
    Journalism and the Underworld 02/16/2018
    35:12
  23. 31.
    Restoring trust in news 02/07/2018
    21:13
  24. 32.
    Is there a future for photojournalists in the digital age? 02/05/2018
    39:15
  25. 33.
    Not-for-Profit Journalism: A New Model 01/29/2018
    47:30
  26. 34.
    Is it true? Why questions about the news are changing 01/19/2018
    33:17
  27. 35.
    What’s happening to our news? 12/04/2017
    56:47
  28. 36.
    The evolution of digital journalism and tapping into tech for story-telling 12/04/2017
    34:21
  29. 37.
    Under pressure: the global decline in media freedom 12/01/2017
    20:50
  30. 38.
    Going Digital. A Roadmap for Organisational Transformation - Panel discussion 12/01/2017
    30:05
  31. 39.
    Going Digital - A Roadmap for Organisational Transformation 12/01/2017
    24:44
  32. 40.
    Reporting from Yemen and other inaccessible war zones: risk and how to find out if you're in trouble 11/28/2017
    46:03
  33. 41.
    Britain, Brexit and the new political chaos 11/08/2017
    33:35
  34. 42.
    What's happening to our media 10/13/2017
    29:04
  35. 43.
    Broadcasting in the age of Brexit and Trump 06/16/2017
    25:03
  36. 44.
    Producing news videos that young people care about 06/13/2017
    27:19
  37. 45.
    The Optician of Lampedusa – opening the world’s eyes to the human story behind mass migration 06/05/2017
    22:17
  38. 46.
    News in the digital age, and how The Economist fits in 05/19/2017
    40:36
  39. 47.
    Women on Air – where are the experts? 05/11/2017
    34:30
  40. 48.
    Why Facebook matters and what you need to know about digital 05/08/2017
    31:19
  41. 49.
    The enemy of my enemy is still my enemy: the polarized media landscape in Syria 04/28/2017
    21:46
  42. 50.
    Investigative journalism in the age of social news 03/10/2017
    30:15
  43. 51.
    Newsweek: Legacy title as startup 03/01/2017
    22:50
  44. 52.
    Freedom of information and the informed citizen 02/24/2017
    35:00
  45. 53.
    The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series - ‘Reporting Africa: New storytellers, new stories?’ 02/15/2017
    25:14
  46. 54.
    Digital transformation - the organisation challenges 02/09/2017
    37:36
  47. 55.
    Is censorship stifling China's media? 02/09/2017
    17:08
  48. 56.
    Making an impact with journalism in today's 24/7 digital news landscape 01/27/2017
    30:05
  49. 57.
    Old media, new media, and politics in Brazil 01/20/2017
    14:58
  50. 58.
    Statistics, the BBC and impartiality 12/05/2016
    38:07
  51. 59.
    Catastrophic Success: President Erdogan of Turkey and the opposition media 12/05/2016
    40:35
  52. 60.
    Reuters: innovating to stay ahead - from pigeons to multimedia The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series 11/22/2016
    29:10
  53. 61.
    Strength in numbers - how journalists cracked the Panama Papers 11/14/2016
    25:09
  54. 62.
    Quartz: a mobile-first approach to news 11/04/2016
    23:13
  55. 63.
    How the BBC reaches digital audiences in South Asia 10/31/2016
    35:12
  56. 64.
    From Afghanistan to a more dangerous world 10/31/2016
    40:54
  57. 65.
    How journalism faces a second wave of disruption from technology and changing audience behaviour 10/14/2016
    49:36
  58. 66.
    British Press Coverage of the EU Referendum 09/27/2016
    1:35:48
  59. 67.
    News in the digital age, and how The Economist fits in 06/09/2016
    42:48
  60. 68.
    The Kidnapping of journalists: reporting from high-risk conflict zones 06/09/2016
    31:28
  61. 69.
    Saving the media. Capitalism, crowdfunding, and democracy 06/01/2016
    46:44
  62. 70.
    Covering Syria and the Refugee Crisis 05/20/2016
    29:56
  63. 71.
    The Future of the BBC 05/05/2016
    1:05:22
  64. 72.
    The Challenges of Reporting Iran 05/05/2016
    18:03
  65. 73.
    The evolving practice of foreign correspondents 04/28/2016
    36:46
  66. 74.
    The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series - Spies and Journalists: The Impossible Relationship 03/10/2016
    29:06
  67. 75.
    The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series - How Buzzfeed Covers News 03/03/2016
    40:41
  68. 76.
    The problems of reporting Islamic State 02/26/2016
    34:48
  69. 77.
    Valuable journalism: what journalists need to know about audiences, but seldom ask 02/18/2016
    1:08:40
  70. 78.
    Hurricanes and hashtags: the power dynamics of humanitarian reporting in a digital age 02/16/2016
    41:59
  71. 79.
    How new media are changing African journalism 02/04/2016
    42:16
  72. 80.
    The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series - Navigating the infosmog 01/28/2016
    26:11
  73. 81.
    Social media and protests in Turkey 01/21/2016
    17:37
  74. 82.
    The changing nature of reporting from a war zone 01/04/2016
    26:33
  75. 83.
    The Challenges of Reporting Europe 11/30/2015
    36:58
  76. 84.
    What is Happening with TV? 11/20/2015
    41:36
  77. 85.
    The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series - BBC Journalism: Future Uncertain? 11/17/2015
    40:45
  78. 86.
    Are the BRICS building a New World Media Order 11/09/2015
    50:00
  79. 87.
    Can data save journalism? How analytics change the newsroom and beyond 10/29/2015
    33:05
  80. 88.
    How data can help journalists to do better storytelling and reporting 10/22/2015
    36:09
  81. 89.
    How journalism faces a second wave of disruption from technology and changing audience behaviour 10/15/2015
    54:05
  82. 90.
    Innovators in Digital News Panel Discussion 08/05/2015
    41:25
  83. 91.
    Cross-border journalism – a new method of collaborative reporting 06/12/2015
    41:37
  84. 92.
    How to make serious magazine journalism pay 06/04/2015
    26:36
  85. 93.
    Making News for Young Adults? 05/28/2015
    30:31
  86. 94.
    News in the digital age, and how The Economist fits in 05/21/2015
    39:27
  87. 95.
    The battle for authenticity- the future of news, current affairs and documentary 05/14/2015
    18:12
  88. 96.
    The spread of news in the age of social media 05/08/2015
    32:17
  89. 97.
    New publishing models for a modern world: a legacy brand re-invents itself 05/07/2015
    37:00
  90. 98.
    Creativity and Change in public service broadcasting - managing the tough times 03/12/2015
    41:14
  91. 99.
    Environmental journalism and sustainable development in China 02/26/2015
    31:03
  92. 100.
    The Future of Television News 02/19/2015
    33:57
  93. 101.
    Innovation in News Media - a look at the latest innovations shaping the future of news 02/19/2015
    39:41
  94. 102.
    A little piracy can be a good thing: what the press can learn from Hollywood 02/12/2015
    33:48
  95. 103.
    The top five dilemmas of news aggregation 02/09/2015
    22:55
  96. 104.
    Reporting the Unreported 01/27/2015
    23:52
  97. 105.
    Reporting the Unreported 01/27/2015
    22:35
  98. 106.
    Silicon Valley and Journalism: Make up or Break up?: Reuters Memorial Lecture 2014 12/10/2014
    1:04:28
  99. 107.
    Snowden and the debate on surveillance versus privacy 12/04/2014
    25:15
  100. 108.
    What are the needs and challenges for data visualisation? - Media Perspective part two 11/18/2014
    11:23
  101. 109.
    What are the needs and challenges for data visualisation? - Media Perspective part one 11/18/2014
    10:25
  102. 110.
    What are the needs and challenges for data visualisation? - Civil society perspective 11/18/2014
    10:57
  103. 111.
    What are the needs and challenges for data visualisation? - Policy/government perspective 11/18/2014
    13:12
  104. 112.
    Visual journalism at the BBC - where the web meets TV 11/18/2014
    34:15
  105. 113.
    How New Media Became Now Media 11/11/2014
    24:27
  106. 114.
    Gatekeepers no More: Public Relations gets the better of journalism in the digital age 11/03/2014
    28:26
  107. 115.
    How journalism faces a second wave of disruption from technology and changing audience behaviour 11/03/2014
    46:20
  108. 116.
    Data visualisation and the fourth technological revolution? 10/29/2014
    11:41
  109. 117.
    Reporting the EU: News, Media and the European Institutions launch event at ECFR 10/28/2014
    1:02:35
  110. 118.
    The Unfinished Media Revolution 10/22/2014
    32:39
  111. 119.
    From Pictures to Policy. Reporting Famine and Other Disasters 06/11/2014
    39:32
  112. 120.
    Syria – what chance of a free media? 06/04/2014
    31:23
  113. 121.
    The intelligence agencies and their relations with the media 05/21/2014
    38:42
  114. 122.
    Innovation in Legacy Media - The Challenge for Leaders 05/19/2014
    29:51
  115. 123.
    News in the digital age, and how The Economist fits in 05/19/2014
    44:41
  116. 124.
    Post-humanitarianism: Humanitarian communication beyond a politics of pity 04/14/2014
    33:30
  117. 125.
    The FT’s digital strategy 03/17/2014
    44:29
  118. 126.
    Could PR be the saviour of Journalism? 03/03/2014
    28:30
  119. 127.
    How Mobile Phones are changing journalism practice in the 21st Century 02/15/2014
    34:50
  120. 128.
    Leaks, Snowden and the Guardian 02/11/2014
    16:05
  121. 129.
    Reporting Pakistan and specialist journalism 02/03/2014
    22:30
  122. 130.
    Communicating India's Soft Power: Buddha to Bollywood 02/03/2014
    43:38
  123. 131.
    The strengths and weaknesses of social media 12/09/2013
    21:34
  124. 132.
    Framing death - how journalists report the death of public figures 12/04/2013
    31:43
  125. 133.
    Responsible Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data part 5 11/26/2013
    6:09
  126. 134.
    Responsible Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data part 4 11/26/2013
    11:50
  127. 135.
    Responsible Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data part 3 11/26/2013
    4:49
  128. 136.
    Responsible Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data part 2 11/26/2013
    12:39
  129. 137.
    Responsible Journalism and National Security in the Age of Big Data part 1 11/26/2013
    4:12
  130. 138.
    A global standard for reporting conflict 11/22/2013
    32:37
  131. 139.
    A life in a treacherous journalistic environment 11/20/2013
    40:42
  132. 140.
    Future media trends and changing audience behaviour 11/20/2013
    44:28
  133. 141.
    Political Journalism in Transition 11/14/2013
    48:49
  134. 142.
    Moscow is not Russia - reporting Russia's outback 11/06/2013
    27:12
  135. 143.
    The global citizens movement and the role of independent journalists 10/29/2013
    30:14
  136. 144.
    Ten years that shook the media world [2013] 10/22/2013
    37:47
  137. 145.
    Plenary panel debate: The Future of Journalism 09/17/2013
    7:55
  138. 146.
    Paying the Piper: Rethinking the Economics of Newspaper Journalism 09/17/2013
    1:02:31
  139. 147.
    The Future of Journalism - Natalie Nougayrède (Le Monde) 09/17/2013
    16:23
  140. 148.
    The Future of Journalism - Nic Newman (RISJ Research Associate) 09/17/2013
    14:07
  141. 149.
    The Future of Journalism - John Stackhouse (Editor-in-chief, Globe and Mail, Toronto). 09/17/2013
    16:20
  142. 150.
    The Future of Journalism - Peter Barron (Google) 09/17/2013
    9:47
  143. 151.
    What Obama's Elections Have Taught the Media - and the Rest of Us: RISJ/BBC Butler Lecture 2013 08/27/2013
    35:38
  144. 152.
    Making a success of a news start-up 07/10/2013
    42:41
  145. 153.
    Verifying social media information in real time: from the UK riots to the Boston bombings, via Hurricane Sandy 07/02/2013
    33:02
  146. 154.
    Writing news for young people 06/17/2013
    39:02
  147. 155.
    Reporting the UK to Germany 06/04/2013
    18:03
  148. 156.
    'A walk on the Dark Side': the changing face of corporate communications 06/04/2013
    41:56
  149. 157.
    The challenges of reporting China to the outside world 04/16/2013
    38:53
  150. 158.
    How Technology can help to Democratise the Media 03/11/2013
    22:36
  151. 159.
    Reporting the UK to a French audience 02/04/2013
    29:34
  152. 160.
    Open Journalism, Social Media and the England Riots 02/04/2013
    38:35
  153. 161.
    Legacy media and technology transitions - what went wrong? 12/19/2012
    30:39
  154. 162.
    Women in Journalism - a new kind of glass ceiling? 12/19/2012
    30:10
  155. 163.
    More News is Good News: Democracy and Media in India 11/29/2012
    54:22
  156. 164.
    New challenges of reporting on government 11/21/2012
    30:04
  157. 165.
    The war for Leveson's ear 11/21/2012
    18:25
  158. 166.
    Networked journalism and the age of social discovery [2012] 11/05/2012
    44:39
  159. 167.
    Ten years that Shook the Media World [2012] 11/05/2012
    37:14
  160. 168.
    The Media-Industrial Complex: Comparing the influence of Murdoch and Berlusconi? 06/25/2012
    40:12
  161. 169.
    Challenges for Media Democratization in Brazil and Latin America 06/25/2012
    36:52
  162. 170.
    Berlusconismo and Murdochismo 06/06/2012
    31:37
  163. 171.
    Doing business by making news or making news by doing business? 06/06/2012
    1:01:31
  164. 172.
    Semantic Polling: The 2010 UK General Election and real-time opinion monitoring 06/06/2012
    55:34
  165. 173.
    Survival is Success: journalistic online start-ups in Western Europe 05/15/2012
    27:40
  166. 174.
    A Million Media Now! The Rise of India on the Global Scene 04/30/2012
    42:49
  167. 175.
    Numbers are Weapons - A Self Defence Guide 03/06/2012
    42:12
  168. 176.
    The British Media - the view from outside 03/06/2012
    26:51
  169. 177.
    The Politicisation of Public Broadcasting in Post-Apartheid South Africa 03/06/2012
    47:23
  170. 178.
    Reporting the financial crisis - lessons for the future 02/22/2012
    51:25
  171. 179.
    Emotions and Journalism: the relationship between practices of emotional story-telling and objectivity in award-winning journalism 02/22/2012
    42:09
  172. 180.
    Revolution in Libya - what happened and how the media reported it 02/22/2012
    24:31
  173. 181.
    Global Digital Television Switchover: National Differences and Emerging Outcomes 02/06/2012
    58:17
  174. 182.
    The Challenges of Reporting Foreign Policy 02/06/2012
    37:21
  175. 183.
    Can TV make history? 02/06/2012
    18:21
  176. 184.
    The Hyper-Real Culture of the Tabloid Newsroom: Personal Experiences of UK Tabloid Culture 12/12/2011
    39:29
  177. 185.
    Challenges to journalists' source protection rights in Europe and Australia 12/12/2011
    51:09
  178. 186.
    News in the Digital Age - How The Economist Fits In 12/12/2011
    43:42
  179. 187.
    Foreign Correspondence and Fixers: The Missing Link 12/12/2011
    36:43
  180. 188.
    Feeding the Financial Beast: Challenges of Reporting in Rumour Hungry Markets 11/22/2011
    27:17
  181. 189.
    Politicians and Journalists: Friends or Foes? 11/18/2011
    19:40
  182. 190.
    From Coffeehouses to Online Communities: How the Public Engages with the News on the Web 11/11/2011
    28:54
  183. 191.
    Business Models and their Uses in Media Companies 10/31/2011
    36:23
  184. 192.
    Networked Journalism and the Age of Social Discovery [2011] 10/31/2011
    55:32
  185. 193.
    Making serious TV for Large Audiences 07/22/2011
    44:00
  186. 194.
    Reporting the Arab Spring 07/22/2011
    39:53
  187. 195.
    The Changing face of Art Journalism (1945-2011) 07/19/2011
    44:52
  188. 196.
    In the Pursuit of Purity, reflections on the BBC 07/19/2011
    56:16
  189. 197.
    Telling a Story with Pictures - a Case Study from Cuba 07/19/2011
    47:09
  190. 198.
    Beyond Authoritarianism: Ideologies and communication technologies in contemporary Ethiopia 07/19/2011
    45:29
  191. 199.
    How Old Media are Using New Media 06/13/2011
    27:25
  192. 200.
    Copyrights and Copywrongs: Protection of News Copyright in the Digital World 06/13/2011
    52:09

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