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Print readers recall more than online readers

Readers abandoning print newspapers in favour of online news may want to consider the effect it’s having. A study conducted by a researcher at the University of Houston (UH) finds those who read printed news publications read more news and also remember more news than those who read news online. “As the US public gets its news more from online newspapers and less from print, new questions have arisen about the differences of both reading experiences,” said Arthur D Santana , an assistant... MORE
Issue: July 6, 2015

Media has decided that readers find global-level discussions to be boring

One of the most vexing problems with the multilateral system is the chronic lack of broad public interaction that tends to characterise discussion and debate at the United Nations and elsewhere. While efforts at “stakeholder input” do irrefutably important work, they are rarely able to bring to the table truly broad public input — even when the issues under negotiation could eventually have wide and long-lasting impact. Part of the problem, certainly, is that the media at both the national and... MORE
Issue: July 6, 2015

UK: Coverage of recommendations on press regulation was negative

Opinionated articles, lack of public opinion, unrepresentative coverage, and failure to back criticism with evidence marked the UK national newspaper coverage of press regulation following the publication of the Leveson Report in November 2012. The Media Standards Trust , which early September published a comprehensive analysis of newspaper coverage of press regulation following the publication of the Leveson Report in November 2012, found that coverage, including news reports, was highly... MORE
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