Explore the Report
- Summary of Findings
- Chapter One: Analysis by Country
- Chapter Two: News Consumption
- Chapter Three: Paying for News
- Chapter Four: Online News
- Resources and Charts
Explore the 2015 data and build your own charts. Compare dimensions and data types between or within countries,
The Reuters Institute Digital News Report aims to deliver useful and timely data about the transition to digital. Read more about our annual survey ...
The polling was conducted by YouGov in January 2015 using online samples in ten countries. Find out more about the methods involved.
You can view or download a Powerpoint presentation of all of the charts and tables in the 2015 report.
The use of smartphones and tablets has jumped significantly in the past year, with fewer people using their computers for newsDigital News Report 2014
Those paying for online news doubles in many countries - albeit from a low baseDigital News Report 2013
UK shows the most interest in celebrity news, least interest in political newsDigital News Report 2012
Comment & analysis
How Turkey Uses Social Media
Digital strategist and Turkey specialist Esra Doğramacı and the report’s contributing author and researcher Damian Radcliffe examine some of the key issues for social media users in Turkey.
The Rise of Mobile and Social News – and What it Means for Journalism
Emily Bell, Director of the Tow Center at Columbia University, explores the growing power of mobile and social platforms in news distribution
Mind the Gap
The Business Outlook: Constraints on Growth, But Some Hopeful Signs in Digital News Provision
Generational Gaps – UK News Consumption and the Impact of Age
Attitudes to Sponsored and Branded Content (Native Advertising)