This conference aims to analyze in which ways the accountability tools already in place are evolving and are adapting themselves to face up to the problem of disinformation as well as to identify those more recently-created accountability mechanisms.
Irene Costera Meijer, Richard Rogers, Oscar Westlund and Tamara Witschge participated in a hand-on meeting to deal nature of news. The session was conducted by Ana Serrano-Telleria and the report has been edited by Javier Díaz Noci.
The program includes presentations by professors Nicholas Brownless (Università Degli Studi di Firenza), Joad Raymond (Queen Mary University), Paul Firbas (Stony Brooks University) and Carmen Espejo-Cala (University of Seville).
This study presents a review work on communication, dissemination and exploitation of results of the European Union research and innovation Framework Program Horizon 2020, a program of almost 80 billion euros for 2014-2020.
Journalism Studies is a flagship journal in the field of journalism, which provides a forum for the study and critical discussion of journalism as both a subject of academic inquiry and an arena of professional practice.
Journalism is a major international, peer-reviewed journal that provides a dedicated forum for articles from the growing community of academic researchers and critical practitioners with an interest in journalism.