The annual international representative survey on changing news usage conducted by the Reuters Institute (Oxford) shows general trends and national peculiarities of developments. The Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut carries out the German part of this study.
How the population or – respectively - various groups within it, is altering its consumption of news and what role the various technical platforms and news services play in that process, are central questions posed in the Reuters Institute Digital News Survey, which the Oxford-based Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism has been conducted annually since 2012.
The international and the German report 2023 are published in London on 14 June 2023. LINKS FOLLOW SOON
- Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2023 – Ergebnisse für Deutschland [Findings for Germany] (Working Paper of the HBI, No. 67; pdf)
- Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2023 (Report for all countries in Englisch)
- Press Release "News Fatigue in Germany on the Rise" of 14 June 2023
The 2023 study was conducted simultaneously in the following countries under the coordination of the Oxford (UK) based Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism: Argentina1
, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil1
, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile1
, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece1
, Hong Kong, Hungary, India1
, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kenya1
, Netherlands, Nigeria1
, Norway, Peru, Philippines1
, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa1
, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey1
, United Kingdom and the United States. This was done to identify general trends as well as national characteristics.
Limited representativeness of the sample.
About 2,000 people were surveyed per country in 2023. The eleventh repetition of the study is based on the answers of 93,895 respondents from 46 countries on six continents. The fieldwork was carried out by the polling institute YouGov in January 2023.
Since 2013, the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut has been the collaborating partner responsible for the German contribution. In 2023, the survey was funded by the State Media Authorities and Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF).
The findings of each year for Germany are documented in the series “Working Papers of the HBI
” (as PDF available for download).