Blog Posts By

Kate Musgrave

21 Dec

Drawing the Lines: The Growing Debate Over How to Separate the Good from the Bad Online

Over the past two years, governments, news outlets, platforms, and audiences across the world have come to recognize the ov...

25 Sep

Decline in attacks masks a deeper challenge for free media in Pakistan

In Pakistan, press freedom has ticked up amid a decline in attacks on journalists over the past year, but recent reports su...

29 Jun

Moving the conversation: Audiences turn away from social media and toward private messaging to find and share news

Each year, the Reuters Institute Digital News Report (DNR) sheds light on the most recent trends in the news industry and n...

22 May

Bearers of Bad News: The Unchecked Spread of Disinformation through Messenger Platforms

Last week, elections in the Indian state of Karnataka caught the world’s attention. For many, the results could hold a cl...

01 May

Trustworthy media in a time of distrust: No silver bullet, but the search is on

A steady stream of surveys, reports, and barometers continues to confirm what many experience on a daily basis: public trus...

15 Mar

Erdoğan’s clutch on free media tightens with proposed internet regulations

Update: Late on Wednesday, March 21, the Turkish Parliament approved the bill to give the Radio and Television Supreme Coun...

03 Oct

Audiences worldwide are hungry for quality news – and they actively search for it when it matters most

There is growing concern that the channels for digitally distributing news–chief among them Facebook and Google–direct ...

22 Aug

Stoking the flames: Loaded media coverage aggravates China, India standoff

While China and India prepare for next month’s BRICS summit, tensions continue to build between the two high in the Himal...

19 Jul

“A Sickness Beyond Borders:” Understanding and Combating Media Capture

When dozens of journalists, media development experts, and human rights advocates gathered at Central European University...