1. Media research: Quantity or Quality?

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    November 3, 2014 by newsgetting

    Researchers occasionally make us aware of the insanity of scholarly “productivity“. The publish or perish system young researchers are forced …
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  2. ‘Free and easy’ data journalism tools from Pew Research Center

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    October 20, 2014 by newsgetting

    In a session on digital tools at the International Newsroom Summit in Amsterdam, the Pew Center’s Robyn Tomlin shared some …
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  3. Internazionale A Ferrara 2014: The Passion For The Journalistic Narrative

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    October 20, 2014 by newsgetting

    From our own correspondent in Italy, Marco Mancinelli The eighth edition of the Internazionale A Ferrara, journalism festival organized by the italian …
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  4. What We’re Doing To Keep Building A Diverse Editorial Operation

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    October 2, 2014 by newsgetting

    Diversity in BuzzFeed’s editorial operation isn’t a side project or special initiative. It’s core to how we operate and how …
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  5. The Wall Street Journal’s guide to making great native ads

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    September 25, 2014 by newsgetting

    The Wall Street Journal is relatively new to the native advertising game. The paper launched its native initiative at the …
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  6. Russia Moves to Extend Control of Media

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    September 25, 2014 by newsgetting

    Russia’s Parliament passed a preliminary bill on Tuesday that would limit foreign ownership of Russian media outlets to 20 percent, …
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  7. Internationalizing Media Research in Europe

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    September 18, 2014 by newsgetting

    Media research in Scandinavian countries is being internationalized, reflecting a Europe-wide trend towards publishing and working across national borders. The …
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