The observations in this paper – published by the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University – are based on the results of an online survey conducted between Monday, November 14 and Sunday, December 4, 2016. Survey respondents identified a number of key challenges – and opportunities – for small market newspapers in the USA.
My slides for “Fake News: Why It Matters and How to Fight It” an event hosted by Eugene Public Library, May 23 2017. “UO Journalism professors Damian Radcliffe and Peter […]
What does Trump’s election mean for data and visual journalism? Dr. Nikki Usher, Assistant Professor of Media and Public Affairs at The George Washington University, explored this topic as she […]
Dr Sarah Vieweg is a social scientist and experience researcher at Facebook. Her research lies at the intersection of human-computer interaction, computer-mediated communication, and computer-supported cooperative work. She researches how […]
Christopher Ali is an assistant professor at the University of Virginia. His research interests focus on communication policy and regulation, critical political economy, critical geography, comparative media systems, localism, and […]
In this episode I sit down with Stacy-Marie Ishmael, a John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University. Stacy spent the 2016–17 academic year researching the challenges newsrooms face in adapting to the rise […]
Each term I host a number of academic and industry speakers at the University of Oregon, as part of the Demystifying Media speaker series. New for 2017, we’ve also added […]