Introducing the 6th Annual Oriella Digital Journalism Study

This year’s annual Oriella Digital Journalism Study tracks how digital technology is impacting how news is gathered and published around the world. Entitled ‘The New Normal for News’, the in-depth report finds digital media well entrenched in all countries, albeit in very different ways.

More respondents than ever believe their largest readership is now online rather than off, and their performance is overwhelmingly evaluated based on digital metrics like unique visitors. These developments reflect the significant investments proprietors have made in their digital platforms, as the world turns away from print media and towards digital content. The extensive report shows the impact of this development in the form of how journalist output is published. The findings are the result of a survey of almost 550 journalists from 15 countries spanning Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Americas. Countries include: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, Sweden, the UK and the USA.

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