European Journalism Observatory | EJO

European Journalism Observatory (EJO)
European Journalism Observatory (EJO)
NombreEuropean Journalism Observatory (EJO)
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Red internacional formada por centros de investigación europeos y de Estados Unidos. Cuenta con la colaboración del Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (Univ. de Oxford) y del Institute for Media and Journalism de la Università della Svizzera italiana (Lugano)
Objetivos/
Descripción

The network aims to disseminate research on journalism and global media issues, and to foster professionalism and press freedom.

The EJO network aims to:

  • Observe media and journalism research, trends in the media branch, and best practices in journalism.
  • Build bridges among journalism cultures, particularly in Europe, its neighboring countries and the U.S.
  • Promote professionalism in journalism by reducing the gap between communication sciences and media practice.
  • Reduce cultural barriers, providing accessible, multi-lingual media news and analysis to busy researchers and practitioners across Europe.

The EJO promotes dialogue between media researchers and practitioners. It brings the results of media research to the people who deal with and work in the media. It aims to improve the quality of journalism, contribute to a richer understanding of media, and to foster press freedom and media accountability.

  • Provides analysis and articles on contemporary journalism and media research on its own websites for journalists, media managers and other communication experts, including students and researchers.
  • Aggregates relevant articles about journalism and media research on social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter etc).
  • Holds conferences and workshops to facilitate an open, international exchange of ideas among researchers, media practitioners, students and interested public.
  • Engages in comparative, investigative projects: EJO partners conduct joint and transnational journalistic analyses on trends and developments with a particular focus on innovation and “best practices” in journalism.
  • All EJO partners operate independently in their language area. Each partner decides what information is relevant for their audiences, which stories should be made available and translated for the English EJO platform, and which articles should be picked up from the English platform and translated for local audiences.
Secciones/
Aspectos
destacados

Los contenidos más destacados de su sitio web (versión en lengua inglesa) son los diversos artículos que publican sobre una amplia diversidad de temas.

Tales  artículos están distribuidos en las siguientes secciones:

Redes
Sociales

Revisión

 Mayo 2017

La red que forma el European Journalism Observatory (EJO) cuenta con centros de investigación de Albania, Austria, República Checa, Alemania, Italia, Letonia, Polonia, Portugal, Rumanía, Suiza, Turquía, Reino Unido, Ucrania y Estados Unidos.

Como hemos señalado en la ficha, los numerosos artículos e informes que publica el EJO son los contenidos más importantes de su sitio web. En el momento de realizar esta reseña, destacaban especialmente algunos como los que siguen: