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Survey to snapshot the state of innovation in newsrooms worldwide

Survey to snapshot the state of innovation in newsrooms worldwide

IJNet | March 27, 2017

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) is conducting a survey on the State of Technology in Global Newsrooms to shed light on how news media around the world are embracing the digital revolution. The study will identify key trends shaping our business as technology redefines how we produce and distribute the news. The study is backed by Storyful and Google News Lab.

The survey takes no more than 15 minutes to complete, and responses will be kept confidential. ICFJ will produce a report based on the results, highlighting regional trends and discussing which technologies are having the greatest impact. Participants will be able to access all survey data for their own coverage. As a survey participant, you may request additional data analysis from the principal investigator, Dr. Diana Owen. You can also enter a drawing to win a US$100 Amazon gift card.

The survey is available in 12 languages: Arabic, Bahasa, Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.  

To take the survey in Arabic click HERE.

To take the survey in Bahasa, click HERE.

To take the survey in Chinese, click HERE.

To take the survey in English, click HERE.

To take the survey in French, click HERE.

To take the survey in German, click HERE.

To take the survey in Japanese, click HERE.

To take the survey in Korean, click HERE.

To take the survey in Portuguese, click HERE.

To take the survey in Russian, click HERE.

To take the survey in Spanish, click HERE.

To take the survey in Turkish, click HERE.

For more information, please contact:

  • Fatima Bahja, ICFJ research and proposal coordinator, at 202-349-7638 or fbahja@icfj.org.

  • Dr. Diana Owen, principal investigator, Georgetown University’s Communication, Culture and Technology program, at 301-332-9090 or owend@georgetown.edu.

  • The Georgetown University International Review Board at 202-687-1506 or irboard@georgetown.edu.

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