Resources and Charts for the 2018 Digital News Report

We encourage free attributed reuse of our text, data or charts within your own websites, publications and presentations. Most charts on digitalnewsreport.org can be embedded within other websites using the embed code provided. Data can also be downloaded for any chart or table. All we ask in return is that you credit the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism or the Reuters Institute Digital News Report as set out in our terms and conditions.

We have also compiled a slide presentation to view or download (below) or via slideshare.com.

We will also be happy to discuss providing the underlying data tables to academic or industry researchers on request. If you would like to access these tables for your research project, please contact the Reuters Institute.

The questions and base sizes are included underneath the relevant chart or table and you can also download the full questionnaire.

Our partners also produce local country reports.

Germany
2018 Country report from the Hans Bredow Institut, Hamburg University. Visit page.

Spain
2018 Country report from the Center for Internet Studies and Digital Life, Universidad de Navarra. Visit page.

Netherlands
2018 Country report from Commissariaat voor de Media. Visit page.

Austria
2018 Country report from Universität Salzburg. Visit page.

Ireland
2017 Country report from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Visit page.

2018 Country report from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Visit page.

Norway
2017 Country report from the Fritt Ord Foundation and The University of Bergen. Visit page.

2018 Country report from The University of Bergen. Visit page.

Finland
2018 Country report from The Media Industry Research Foundation of Finland. Visit page.

Denmark
2018 Country report from Roskilde University. Visit page.

South Korea
2017 Country report from The Korea Press Foundation (KPF). Visit page.

Canada
2018 Country report from Le Centre d’études sur les Médias. Visit page.

Australia
2018 Country report from The Univeristy of Canberra. Visit page.