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The European Journalism Observatory is a nonprofit center for research based at the Università della Svizzera italiana. We study trends in journalism and media research across Europe and the United States.
The European Journalism Observatory is a nonprofit center for research based at the Università della Svizzera italiana. We study trends in journalism and media research across Europe and the United States.

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Is "transforming the system from within" really a task of journalists? Ukrainian journalists go into politics, claiming it is more effective than simply criticizing politicians. #media #impartiality #journalism #ukraine  
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New on EJO: New on EJO: "We are going for the global audience," explains Kevin O'Brien, editor-in-chief of Handelsblatt Global Edition, the decision to start an English edition, very well aware that they will have to compete with other strong financial newspaper titles. #financialnews #HandelsblattGlobalEdition #news #media #newspaper #germanmedia #Germany  
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New on EJO: Interview with +Nils Mulvad - “You couldn’t work as a journalist, if you were not able to do an interview. The same applies to data journalism in the age of digitalisation.” #digitalmedia   #datajournalism   #bigdata  
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New on EJO: Court ruling against Al-Jazeera's Peter Greste, a journalist of Latvian origin, sparks new wave of debates about freedom of the press in Egypt. #pressfreedom   #freedomhousereport   #freepetergreste   #media   #Egypt   #journalism   #journalismisnotacrime  
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New on EJO: Spy or Scholar? Tajik authorities detain a PhD student and a blogger, accusing him of espionage. 
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New on EJO: What motivates users to favourite a tweet? Research finds out. 
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New EJO: David Levy presents the 2014 Digital News Report released by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. #mediastudies   #digitalnews   #digitalnewsreport   #news   #journalism  
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New on EJO: Robert Picard of the +Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism speaks at Ryerson University: '“professional journalism is losing a great deal of its functionality and its significance to society," journalism training courses need to equip their students to deal with the challenges ahead.'
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New on EJO: News organisations stand behind James Risen as he refuses to turn in his confidential sources in court. “Every reporter who won a Pulitzer Prize this year for reporting the leaks of Edward Snowden would be—without a shadow of a doubt—in Risen’s shoes were it not for the rare twist that Snowden chose to reveal his own identity (after fleeing the country).” [Roger Parloff] #news   #sourceprotection   #jamesrisen   #pulitzer   #snowden  
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New on EJO: Good news is no news? Researchers claim that media saturation with bad news is a simple response to market demand - news consumers give preference to negatively framed political news. 
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