Introducing our fourth annual report mapping the changing ecology of news across countries. Based on a survey of more than 20,000 people in 12 countries, the Reuters Institute Digital News Report is the largest ongoing comparative study of news consumption in the world.
This year’s study combines the key data points with a series of essays from leaders at the BBC and the Tow Center for Digital Innovation among others, which add depth and context to the findings.
Download the report and you will receive key findings around:
- The use of smartphones, tablets and computers to access news
- Top news apps
- The decline of print, the rise of social media and the enduring strength of TV
- Trust in the news
- The role of social networks
- Gateways to news
- The effects of search, social media and mobile notifications
- The battle for global audiences
- The business of journalism
- Ad-blocking, native advertising and sponsored content
- And much more…