research roundups and tip sheets about how journalists do their jobs
2014 study by New York University published in Journal of Politics on the relationship between popular protests, media freedom and coups.
2014 study from Portland State University published in Political Communication on how the loss of newspapers in two U.S. cities diminished civic life.
February 2014 review of latest scholarship on topics such as Twitter networks, geolocation and privacy, and paying for news online.
2014 roundup of recent Harvard Shorenstein Center events with the New York Times' David Carr, BuzzFeed's Ben Smith and MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell.
2014 study in The International Journal of Press/Politics on how smaller NGOs tend to struggle to communicate on the Internet.
January 2014 review of latest studies in journalism, communications, computer science and global technology.
2013 year-in-review list of a dozen top studies and reports in the area of digital, social and news media-related scholarship.
2013 review of new report for the Committee to Protect Journalists and a Harvard Law Review article that shed light on the issue of leak prosecutions and the news media.
2013 highlights from talks by journalists and media thinkers, including Bart Gellman, Maggie Haberman, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Ethan Zuckerman, Chuck Todd and Joan Walsh.
November 2013 review of scholarly articles that look at a variety of digital topics, from gender and reporting on Twitter to the Internet and American political campaigns.