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25 novembre 2022

Trust me, I’m a journalist: New survey shows growing faith in profession

Trust in journalism is at highest level since Ipsos Veracity survey began

Aisha Majid

PressGazette

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23 novembre 2022

How Britain’s Soft Power is Being Slowly Eroded
& We’re All The Poorer For It

Iain Overton reflects on how Brexit and austerity, as well as Conservative ideology, have weakened Britain on the world stage

Iain Overton

Byline Times

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21 novembre 2022

Why Social Media Makes People Unhappy—And Simple Ways to Fix It

Research suggests platform designs make us lose track of time spent on them and can heighten conflicts, and then we feel upset with ourselves

Daisy Yuhas

Scientific American

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16 novembre 2022

This German news outlet is teaching people about local politics with an in-person game

“It gives you a much better view on what politics on a local level is, instead of just reading about it or going to a meeting yourself and sitting in as a guest.”

HANAA' TAMEEZ

NiemanLab

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15 novembre 2022

COVID Communication Often Failed: How Health Policy Makers Can Do Better

Elizabeth Svoboda

Scientific American

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12 novembre 2022

Regimi che odiano la musica

Nazisti e comunisti temevano il suo potere liberatorio. Oggi “Bella ciao” è tra le canzoni che accompagnano la protesta in Iran

SIEGMUND GINZBERG

Il Foglio

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11 novembre 2022

Russia’s retreat from Kherson is a military disaster that not even the Kremlin and its propagandists can spin

The recapture of Kherson may be Ukraine’s most significant victory in the war so far

Joshua Keating and Stanislav Kucher

GRID

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7 novembre 2022

Tory-linked lobbying firm agreed to help swing DRC election, leak suggests

Exclusive: CT Group, co-owned by Lynton Crosby, planned secretive African campaign on behalf of Canadian mining giant

Jim Waterson and Harry Davies

The Guardian

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4 novembre 2022

How overseas Chinese students are protesting against Xi Jinping: Anonymity, costumes and Telegram groups

Even when they march on the other side of the world, many Chinese activists fear the long arm of Beijing

Lili Pike and Mariana Labbate

GRID

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31 ottobre 2022

The Futile Race to Label Paul Pelosi’s Attacker

After an act of violence makes the news, reporters and social-media detectives scramble to pin down the assailant’s politics. What are we really trying to figure out?

Jay Caspian Kang

The New Yorker

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27 ottobre 2022

Inside Democrats’ elaborate attempt to woo TikTok influencers

A free trip to D.C., a private chat with Obama and an hour in the Oval Office with Biden: The Democrats are rolling out the red carpet for social media influencers

Taylor Lorenz

The Washington Post

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26 ottobre 2022

Russia Intensifies Its Propaganda Campaign Against Ukraine

A new push by the Kremlin frames the war as a counterterrorism operation and seeks to rally Russians to support the fight, officials and researchers say

Julian E. Barnes

The New York Times

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25 ottobre 2022

TikTok and Instagram are the only social networks that are growing as news sources for Americans

LAURA HAZARD OWEN

Niemen Lab

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23 ottobre 2022

Chris Mason’s Johnson Gaffe Risks Trashing the BBC’s Reputation

Patrick Howse reveals how a false BBC News alert that 100 Conservative MPs were backing Boris Johnson’s new leadership bid spread quickly around the world

Patrick Howse

BYLINE TIMES

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20 ottobre 2022

How Disinformation Splintered and Became More Intractable

Ahead of the midterm elections, the proliferation of alternative social media sites has helped cement false and misleading information as a defining feature of American politics

Steven Lee Myers and Sheera Frenkel

The New York Times

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15 ottobre 2022

Newspapers with a partisan aim filling the void of traditional media

As independent local papers collapse, a new industry is being fueled by ideological donors seeking to further political agendas

Michael Scherer

The Washington Post

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24 novembre 2022

Chi segue chi? La rete dei parlamentari su twitter

I dati di Twitter permettono di ricostruire la rete dei parlamentari per identificare i leader e le loro comunità

ANDREA ANCONA E GABRIELE PINTO

lavoce.info

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22 novembre 2022

A Lasting Legacy of Covid: Far-Right Platforms Spreading Health Myths

The Biden administration has pushed social media giants like Facebook to curb Covid misinformation

Sheryl Gay Stolberg

The New York Times

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19 novembre 2022

Online mobs are now coming for student journalists

Young reporters are forced to contend with waves of abuse and harassment, driving some out of the industry before they even get started

Taylor Lorenz

The Washington Post

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16 novembre 2022

In the global meme wars, it’s time to side with the elves against the trolls

Thomas Kent

The Washington Post

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15 novembre 2022

Boris Johnson’s Ex-PR Guru Lands Role at Fracking Giant

The appointment raises fresh questions about the ‘revolving door’ between energy companies and the Government, reports Sascha Lavin

Sasha Lavin

Byline Times

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12 novembre 2022

Trump and His Disinfo Brigade Fall Flat

The public may be increasingly immune to political disinformation

JACK SHAFER

Politico

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10 novembre 2022

Murdoch’s news outlets extend their criticism of Trump

For a second consecutive day, the recriminations about Republicans’ unexpectedly weak Election Day performance played a prominent role on the pages and over the airwaves of Rupert Murdoch’s media properties

Jeremy W. Peters

The New York Times

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6 novembre 2022

How Molly Jong-Fast Tweeted Her Way to Liberal Media Stardom

She wasn’t a political expert. But her Trump-era angst found a following among Democrats — and even the White House is interested

Michael M. Grynbaum

The New York Times

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3 novembre 2022

Are journalism intermediaries getting too much foundation money?

More money should go to news organizations directly — even if that means making hard choices

Richard Tofel

NiemenLab

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31 ottobre 2022

How Google’s Ad Business Funds Disinformation Around the World

The largest-ever analysis of Google’s ad practices on non-English-language websites reveals how the tech giant makes disinformation profitable

Craig Silverman, Ruth Talbot, Jeff Kao and Anna Klühspies

ProPublica

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26 ottobre 2022

To Fight Misinformation, We Need to Teach That Science Is Dynamic

Science is a social process, and teaching students how researchers work in tandem to develop facts will make them less likely to be duped by falsehoods

Carl T. Bergstrom, Daniel R. Pimentel, Jonathan Osborne

Scientific American

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25 ottobre 2022

My small, doomed stand against Thatcher’s war on truth

As a civil servant in the 1980s, I had a front row seat as the British government began to lose touch with reality. Since then, things have only got worse

Simon Petherick

The Guardian

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24 ottobre 2022

After #MeToo Reckoning, a Fear Hollywood Is Regressing

The movement led to increased diversity and representation in the entertainment industry, but now there is worry that executives have turned their attention elsewhere

Brooks Barnes

The New York Times

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20 ottobre 2022

A large portion of the Americans who will pay for news are rich

About a quarter of Americans have ever paid for news directly. Those who have are more likely to make over $150,000 a year

LAURA HAZARD OWEN

Niemen Lab

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18 ottobre 2022

Inside the identity crisis at The New York Times

Ben Smith

Semafor

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14 ottobre 2022

‘Trolling helps show the king has no clothes’: how Ukraine’s army conquered Twitter

The creative team behind the military’s accounts has weaponised humour to win global support

Mehul Srivastava, Christopher Miller and Roman Olearchyk

Financial Times

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24 novembre 2022

Russian “offshore journalists” need help, not hindrance

Europe should let them do their jobs

The Economist

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21 novembre 2022

The Seers

Why do American journalists keep telling the future after continually getting it wrong? James Fallows on the ideas and culture behind the predictive style in U.S. political media

Eric Pfeiffer

The Signal

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18 novembre 2022


Murdoch v Trump: Rupert’s papers kick Donald, but Fox won’t play ball

Some think the media mogul has made a clean break with ‘Trumpty Dumpty’, but his TV channel may find it hard to let go

Jim Waterson

The Guardian

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15 novembre 2022

What’s the best way to deal with a flood of misinformation? Maybe it’s time for some deliberate ignorance

JOSHUA BENTON

NiemanLab

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14 novembre 2022

The Man Behind Mastodon Built It for This Moment

People fleeing Twitter have turned to Eugen Rochko’s alternative. He says social networks can support healthy debate—without any one person in control

Will Knight

Wired

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11 novembre 2022

‘They Know Who I Am, They Know What I’m Doing’

Arrested Journalists Speak Out over New Policing Act

Josiah Mortimer

Byline Times

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9 novembre 2022

Biggest loser of the midterm elections? The media

Dana Milbank

The Washington Post

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6 novembre 2022

As Democrats panic, MSNBC is trying to keep it “nice”

Max Tani

Semafor

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2 novembre 2022

Why Conservatives Can’t Stop Acquiring Media Companies

Recent conservative media acquisitions reflect the right’s long-standing desire for mainstream acceptance of unpopular ideas

A.J. BAUER

Politico

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30 ottobre 2022

Elon Musk, in a Tweet, Shares Link From Site Known to Publish False News

Kurtis Lee

The New York Times

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26 ottobre 2022

La Cina tra vecchi e nuovi slogan

Alessia Amighini

lavoce.info

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25 ottobre 2022

Journalism turns a corner on climate change

Mark Hertsgaard and Kyle Pope

Columbia Journalism Review

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23 ottobre 2022

Telegraph quickly deletes pro-Boris Johnson article after he quits Tory race

Paper published Nadhim Zahawi article online just as news came through of Johnson’s withdrawal

Jim Waterson

The Guardian

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20 ottobre 2022

Interview: Bloomberg Media CEO on why 'being in the middle' politically is good for business

William Turvill

PressGazette

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17 ottobre 2022

India’s homegrown ‘Twitter’ courts political parties to shed nationalist tag

Microblogging app Koo gained popularity when BJP government ministers abandoned US platform

Chloe Cornish

Financial Times

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14 ottobre 2022

The Boys and Girls Off the Bus. Way Off

Campaign reporting has changed enormously since the days of Theodore White, Timothy Crouse and Richard Ben Cramer

Blake Hounshell

The New York Times