Trends related to Journalism

Demands for Accountability and Trust

The spread of misinformation will continue until platforms and news organizations adopt norms and standards for accountability and trust.

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The First Amendment in a Digital Age

Publishers and platforms will increasingly need to consider how different expectations of free speech inform their operations.

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Optimizing for New Types of Search

Is our content optimized for voice search? And, looking further into the future, how should we index our content for future forms of interaction?

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Investigating the Algorithms

News organizations must do better at explaining how algorithms and big data shape our world.

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Journalism as a Service

“Journalism as a Service” lets news organizations sell on-demand access to the components of their reporting, rather than just the finished product.

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One-To-Few Publishing

Newsletters, podcasts and niche networks can captivate and connect with small, loyal audiences.

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Popup Newsrooms and Limited-Edition News Products

Limited-run podcasts, newsletters and event series identify engaged readers and help test new ideas.

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Continued Media Consolidation

Consolidation continues as regulations shift in the U.S. and margins shrink for traditional media companies.

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The Subscription Economy Matures

Whether you call it a subscription, a membership or a donation, we’re living in the age of audience revenue.

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