Governmental digital inquiries, regulators and media companies have a very similar view how the digital platforms such as Google and Facebook should be regulated. Their views also align about boundaries between platforms and media: platforms are seen as business partners, competitors and intermediaries, not as media companies. I presented a paper about the topic atContinue reading “Yes, the views about platform regulation align”
I was invited to present my papers at the IAMCR conference and post-conference in Madrid, Spain, in July 2019. I will be talking about reader revolution and platform regulation, and will present some findings from a data analysis of digital reader revenues as well as from a document analysis of digital platform inquiries in theContinue reading “Talking about the revolution and regulation…”
On June 22, I presented an empirical paper at the IAMCR conference in Eugene, Oregon (US). The paper is about news companies Facebook dependency, and it is available here. The study is based on examination of news companies social shares, social media traffic sources and revenue. Some of the key findings include: Facebook offers veryContinue reading “Why are news companies on Facebook?”
A paper, written by Dr. Verica Rupar and me, investigating journalists use of Twitter in three New Zealand elections, has been accepted to the International Communication Association (ICA) preconference in Prague. The paper will be presented on May 24, 2018. The paper finds that in all three examined elections – of which two national andContinue reading “How journalists used Twitter in three different elections?”
AUT’s research center for Journalism, Media and Democracy (JMAD) is organising a highly topical conference in 2018. The conference theme is journalism, media and surveillance. The papers are called now and the deadline for the abstracts is on May 31, 2018. Check the details for the paper submission and for the conference here.