This research project was led by the News Co/Lab at Arizona State University in collaboration with the Center for Media … Read more
News Leaders' Perspectives
The best way for us to determine how we can help the news industry is to hear it from working journalists at newspapers, TV stations, radio stations and online publications.
After interviewing 75 female professional journalists, researchers found that online harassment is a pressing issue that requires immediate attention.
The Center for Media Engagement with the Agora Journalism Center at the University of Oregon partnered to host a regional news engagement workshop focused on engagement and political coverage.
CME recently hosted their first Social Media Summit, a day-long gathering to discuss experiences, benefits, and challenges of using social media.
By interviewing working journalists, we learned that they do read the comments and respond to commenters.
Our survey of news editors and directors offers a glimpse at current newsroom practices.
For our latest workshop, participants shared their experiences with using tools and brainstormed new tools
Through six focus groups, we learned that people prefer in-person discussions about politics rather than those that take place online, and are concerned that political discussion might lead to conflict.
For its second News Engagement Workshop, the Center for Media Engagement brought together 11 digital news leaders to share ideas for improving online news.
Ten digital news innovators came together to visit about current practices and future possibilities at the Center for Media Engagement’s first News Engagement Workshop.