Digital News Report 2016
The Reuters Institute’s Digital News Report is the world’s largest comparative international survey of news consumption habits.
Tomorrow’s News Report
A global survey among Reuters.com users exploring how they consume news today and how this may change in the future.
Journalists’ Perceptions of the Future of Journalistic Work
The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism asked 509 journalists about the future of journalistic work. You don't want to miss their responses.
Making Research Useful: Current Challenges and Good Practices in Data Visualisation
Learn best practices for preparing visuals for specific audiences, identifying the appropriate chart to use, uncluttering, and much more.
Content: On the Money, Real Insights on Brand Journalism in Finance
We spoke to leaders from notable financial institutions to find out how they navigate the content marketing landscape. Here are the results.
"It’s Genuine, as Opposed to Manufactured": A Study of UK News Audiences’ Attitudes Towards Eyewitness Media
This report explores audience members’ awareness of and attitudes towards how eyewitness media is gathered, verified, and used by journalists.
Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2015
Based on a survey of more than 20k people in 12 countries, this report underlines the pace of change & increasing complexity in our media ecosystem.