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Children’s Media Literacy: OFCOM’s Media Use and Attitudes Report 2018

Report reveals shift in media habits towards individual viewing via Netflix and YouTube as children increasingly own their own devices. On 28 January 2019, Ofcom published its Annual Report on Children and Parents Media Use and...

Online Guide to Journalism Ethics

The Ethical Journalism Network has published a six-part article serving as a guide to journalism ethics calling it ‘an inspiration for free expression and media literacy’. The Ethical Journalism Network has published a six-part article serving...

Self-regulation and ‘hate speech’ on social media platforms: Briefing Paper

ARTICLE 19 proposes how models of independent media self-regulation could be adapted to address ‘hate speech’ on social media. In this briefing paper, ARTICLE 19 explores issues that would need to be considered, and reinforces recommendations...

Journalism, Media and Technology Trends and Predictions 2018

This report by Nic Newman, published by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, looks ahead at the trends in media and technology that will shape the news industry in 2018. This will be...

Macedonia: Citizens can protect the PSB only if they have the confidence in it...

The main recommendations from the comparative analysis of the Programming Councils of the public service broadcasters of Macedonia, Croatia and Slovenia. It is necessary to open a public discussion regarding the thorough reform of all...

The Journal of Media Literacy Education

The Journal of Media Literacy Education is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal that supports the development of research, scholarship and the pedagogy of media literacy education. The Journal of Media Literacy Education is an...

Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2018

For the first time, this year's reports features finding on news literacy in 37 countries, along with those on misinformation. Based on an online survey of 74,000 people, the 2018 report includes findings on trust,...

Bridging the Gap: Rebuilding Citizen Trust in the Media

Journalists in many countries are experimenting with how to build trust and engage with audiences. The study Bridging the Gap: Rebuilding Citizen Trust in the Media, commissioned by Open Society Foundations, profiles organizations that...

Canada’s privacy guardians launch lesson plans to help youth learn about privacy

The lesson plans – developed by MediaSmarts, a not-for-profit organization that promotes digital and media literacy – are designed to help educators teach their students about their privacy rights, and to navigate the complex...

Checkology: Help your students master news literacy skills in a virtual classroom

Engaging, interactive lessons help educators equip their students with the tools to evaluate and interpret the news and to learn how to decide what news and information to trust, share and act on. Checkology® is...