Further Reading for the 2015 Digital News Report

The authors welcome feedback on this report and suggestions on how to improve our work via reuters.institute@politics.ox.ac.uk as well as potential partnerships and support for our ongoing work. In the meantime here is a list of further reading.

Relevant Surveys and Reports

 Other Relevant Publications

All available: http://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/page/publications

  • Lucy Küng. Innovation in Journalism Organisations: An International Perspective (Forthcoming I. B. Tauris, 2015).
  • David A. L. Levy and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen (eds), The Changing Business of Journalism and its Implications for Democracy (RISJ, 2010).
  • John Lloyd and Laura Toogood, Journalism and PR: News Media and Public Relations in the Digital Age (I. B. Tauris, 2014).
  • Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Ten Years that Shook the Media World: Questions and Trends in International Media (RISJ, 2012).
  • Kellie Riordan, ‘Accuracy, Independence, and Impartiality: How Legacy Media and Digital Natives Approach Standards in the Digital Age’, journalist fellow paper (RISJ, 2014)
  • Richard Sambrook, Delivering Trust: Impartiality and Objectivity in the Digital Age (RISJ, 2012).
  • Richard Sambrook, Simon Terrington, and David A. L. Levy, The Public Appetite for Foreign News on TV and Online (RISJ, 2013).
  • Martha Stone, Big Data for Media (RISJ, 2014).