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Newspapers in Japan and the role of personal contact - Kaori Hayashi interview

VIDEO: Newspapers in Japan and the role of personal contact

Kaori Hayashi, Professor of Media and Journalism Studies at the Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, the University of Tokyo, talked to us about Japanese newspapers. Due to the ageing society and changing media use of younger generations, the readership of newspapers is on the decline. Still, newspapers have a lot of influence in the … Continued


Post-industrial journalism in metropolitan newsrooms - Nikki Usher interview

VIDEO: Post-industrial journalism in metropolitan newsrooms

Nikki Usher, Assistant Professor at The George Washington University, told us about her work. She has recently finished a book called ‘Interactive Journalism’ (find info about the book behind this link). Usher’s current work will focus on post-industrial journalism in newsrooms, looking at the connection of material and digital production. She is asking whether journalism … Continued


Economic news and learning – Arjen van Dalen interview

VIDEO: Economic news and learning

Arjen van Dalen, Associate Professor at the University of Southern Denmark told us about his four-year research project that focuses on economic news. The research group studied, using content analysis and a large survey following people’s understanding of news during one year, how people learn about and understand economic news. At the end of the … Continued


Worlds of journalism – Thomas Hanitzsch interview

VIDEO: Worlds of journalism

Thomas Hanitzsch, Professor of Communication at the LMU Munchen told us about his Worlds of Journalism project. Hanitzsch has studied journalistic cultures, the state of journalism and basic premises of newsrooms in 66 countries around the world. His future interests include continuing this vast project and also researching crisis reporting. The interview was filmed at … Continued


Political journalism in Central Eastern Europe – Maja Šimunjak interview

VIDEO: Political journalism in Central Eastern Europe

Maja Šimunjak, lecturer at Middlesex University London, talked to us about her research into political journalism. Šimunjak tells about how researching political journalism in Central Eastern Europe differs from Western countries. She also shares her future interests about broadening the research to better explain these differences. The interview was filmed at the ECREA 2016 conference … Continued


Roddy Flynn interview

VIDEO: Media ownership and journalistic content

Roddy Flynn, a lecturer at Dublin City University talked to us about his research into the relationship between media ownership and journalistic content. He tells about findings concerning a study on whether media owners are treated differently by their own reporters. Flynn’s project looked at the public service broadcaster in Ireland and the largest private … Continued


Svenja Ottovordemgentschenfelde interview

VIDEO: Political journalists’ Twitter engagement

We interviewed Svenja Ottovordemgentschenfelde, a PhD candidate at the London School of Economics and a Research Fellow at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University. She talked about her research into political journalists’ Twitter engagement, regarding both policies of news organizations and the sociopolitical environment. She is also interested in media use in … Continued


Oliver Hahn interview

VIDEO: Global journalism and virtual foreign correspondence

Oliver Hahn, Professor of Journalism at the University of Passau talked to us about his work on international comparisons and cultural differences in journalism. He brings out interesting findings from his research into virtual foreign correspondence. Lastly, Hahn tells about his new project about digital investigative journalism. The interview was filmed at the ECREA 2016 … Continued


VIDEO: Platforms and publishers

Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Director of Research at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford, talked to us about his research. He discussed about his research on the relationship between news media organizations and digital intermediaries like search engines and social media. His future interest is to to understand the … Continued


Hyperlocal projects in Sweden interview - Stur Cepaite Jangdal

VIDEO: Hyperlocal projects in Sweden

We interviewed Elizabeth Stur of Mid Sweden University, Asta Cepaite of Lund University and Lottie Jangdal of Mid Sweden University about their new project on hyperlocal media in Sweden. They are studying hyperlocal journalism entrepreneurs working in the countryside. The project started during the autumn in 2016. The researchers are aiming to follow local entrepreneurs … Continued