The results of this report by World Wide Web Foundation illustrate how algorithms have been delegated the function of curating content in a way that defines online users’ information diets and what can best be called the online ‘public square’.
Ashoka has partnered with the Center for Social Impact to understand the new media landscape being forged by social entrepreneurs. This work points the way toward stronger trust between communities and the media.
IREX has been been testing a new approach to media literacy training in Ukraine since 2015. It recently conducted a rigorous impact study to measure the program’s long-term effects.
The Independent Journalism Center (IJC) launched the Media Education Online Platform aimed at students, parents, and teachers from Moldova, as well as anyone interested in media education.
The Nordic Council of Ministers urges for finding ways to meet the challenge of "fake news" and launched a booklet to create a debate on how to counter fakes and build trust in words and facts.
How do we build trust in journalism and news media? Must we sacrifice human rights and pluralism in return for free digital services? How do we stem the flow of hate speech, propaganda and malicious lies without endangering free speech? How do we pay for the journalism that democracy needs to survive?
This handbook aims to provide practical guidelines, tips and best practice for social media news video production, based on the experience the Al Jazeera Media Network has been building over the last few years.
Big decisions about people’s lives are increasingly made by software systems and algorithms. This primer explores issues of algorithmic accountability, or the process of assigning responsibility for harm when algorithmic decision-making results in discriminatory and inequitable outcomes.
Featuring Fred Fact, the cartoon walks readers through seven simple ways they can use their smartphones to check information and become a more discerning media consumer.