For the fourth year running, Edelman is hosting the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism’s Digital News Report 2017 on Wednesday 28th June.
More news, more shocks than most of us have ever experienced. But how did we experience the news of 2016 and 2017? What filters did we use? Has the issue of ‘fake news’ damaged overall trust in digital news?
Join Ed Williams, CEO of Edelman UK & Ireland, who will chair the UK launch of the 2017 Digital News Report from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford, tackling these questions and more.
The report examines trends and issues across 36 countries with new insights on paying for news, the role of platforms, and trust in news media.
David Levy, Director of the Reuters Institute, and Nic Newman, Research Associate and lead author of the report, will be joined by our expert panellists including:
James Harding, Head of News and Current Affairs, BBC
Janine Gibson, Editor-in-Chief of Buzzfeed UK
Patrick Walker, Facebook’s Director of Media Partnerships EMEA
Renée Kaplan, Head of Audience Engagement, Financial Times
Tune in live at 8.30am on Wednesday 28th June to watch the discussion: