How to finance investigative Journalism best? A Team of Prof. Dr. Michel Clement (Universität Hamburg / Hamburg Business School) and Prof. Dr. Wiebke Loosen analysed eight alternative financing models. The study, that was commissioned by the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament, shows: a mixture of models allows the market to benefit best from each model’s core asset.
Clement, M.; Lepthien, A.; Schulz, P.; Loosen, W. (2018): Alternative Models of Financing Investigative Journalism. Commissioned by the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament. Research Report als pdf.
A population survey collects representative data for the first time on the tasks assigned to journalists by the German population. These will then be compared with existing data on the self-perception of journalistic roles.
How to finance investigative journalism best? Varied mixture suceeds!
The relationship of journalism to its audience is changing, and this has consequences for the emergence of journalistic statements. This project of the DFG examines the re-figuration of audience relationships in journalism.
If Tinder works for dating, why should it not do so for news? In this project, the intuitive principle of Tinder will be applied to journalistic contents. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research promotes the development of an innovative news and information app for the city.
Are ‘pioneer communities’ transforming journalism! Or not? This project, financed by the German Research Foundation explores which role 'pioneer communities’ play in transforming journalism.
Loosen, W. (2018): Data-Driven Gold-Standards: What the Field Values as Award-Worthy Data Journalism and How Journalism Co-Evolves with the Datafication of Society. In: J. Gray, L. Bounegru (eds.), The Data Journalism Handbook 2. Towards a Critical Data Practice. European Journalism Centre and Googl...
Loosen, W. (2018): Journalismus in Zeiten künstlicher Intelligenz [Journalism in Times of Artificial Intelligence]. In: Tendenz - Das Magazin der Bayerischen Landeszentrale für neue Medien 2.18, pp.16-18 (pdf).
How to finance investigative Journalism best? A Team of Prof. Dr. Michel Clement (Universität Hamburg / Hamburg Business School) and Prof. Dr. Wiebke Loosen analysed eight alternative financing models. The study, that was commissioned by the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament, shows: a...
W. Schulz (2018): Nicht nur eine Frage der Finanzierung: Karlsruhe verhandelt zum Rundfunkbeitrag [Not Only a Question of Financing: Karlsruhe Negotiates the Licence Fee]. Verfassungsblog. 20.05.2018.
Hepp, A.; Loosen, W. (2018): 'Makers' of a Future Journalism? The Role of 'Pioneer Journalists' and 'Pioneer Communities' in Transforming Journalism. Bremen: "Communicative Figurations" Research Network, Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research...