[Study] Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2015: Supplementary Report

During the summer I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to contribute to a new supplementary study looking at the experiences of digital news audiences in Austria, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal and Turkey.

The report – which examines these nations for the first time – is an extension of the main Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2015 which was published in June by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University. This fantastic annual publication is a must read for media execs and anyone interested in the future of journalism – both in terms of changes in media consumption and the business models which underpin the creation of journalistic content.  (You can read my tl;dr version of the main 2015 report on TheMediaBriefing website.)

Below are a few tweets with some of the highlights from the new report.

Alongside the main study, I was equally fortunate to be able to contribute an essay about social media in Turkey with my good friend (and Turkey specialist) Esra Doğramacı. This essay accompanies the new research report, and uses new data from the study to help tell the complex story of social media in this fascinating country.

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