Novel Directions in Media Innovation and Funding

The report indicates a systemic need for a human-centered journalism industry. Whether it is calling for more, equity, inclusion, and diversity in boardrooms and newsrooms; favoring a diversified media ecosystem over monopolies and authoritative regimes; or calling for ownership and funding models that focus on providing valuable civic information for the sake of a healthy democracy, the authors repeatedly identified the possible perils of maintaining the current status quo in journalism.

Citation: Young, Mary Lynn, Hermida, Alfred & Castaneda, Camila eds. (2024). Novel Directions in Media Innovation and Funding, Global Journalism Innovation Lab, University of British Columbia.

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