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2016-09-16


The surveillance amendments in a new law present a threat to media freedom. OSCE representative on freedom of the media Dunja Mijatović asks Bundestag to reconsider the bill. “Increasing surveillance capabilities of journalists is a clear threat to media freedom,” Mijatović said. “This draft law runs counter to the very core of fundamental freedoms such as media freedom and freedom of expression.”

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2016-09-16


The Public Accounts Committee publishes reports which evaluate BBC’s critical projects. The report highlights that the government has a key role in oversight on behalf of license fee payers. According to the Parliament.org.uk since the Digital Media Initiative project got cancelled in 2013, and led to a cost of nearly 100 million pounds from the fee payers, the BBC has strengthened its oversight of and reporting on critical projects. “The BBC is subjecting its critical projects to more effective scrutiny, underpinned by more frequent and timely reporting to the Executive and the BBC Trust”, mentions the Parliament.org.uk.
Additionally, the report highlights that the BBC has to ensure a robust process, which means has to be clear at an early stage about what projects will contribute to improve services for the audience, in order to encourage openness and transparency when problems arise, and to guarantee there is not scope for confusion over who is accountable for delivering each project.

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2016-09-16

The European Commission is launching a Call for Proposals in the field of data-driven news production. The European Commission invites applicants to submit proposals to increase reporting on European issues, either from a pan-European point a view or by comparing different viewpoints from within Europe. The multimedia actions by the European Commission aim to engage EU citizens with the policy-making process by providing information about European issues from a pan-European viewpoint, rather than only reporting national perspective.

According to the European Commission big data may be of assistance to increase reporting on European issues by making it easier for media companies and journalist to produce innovate and attractive content, which allows citizens to be better informed and have a better understanding about the EU. By using data-driven news reporting journalists are able to visualize data to compare viewpoints across Europe, help audiences understand complex issues, contextualize story timelines and create interactions with the target audience. The European Commission states that the Call is open to both news reporting and more in-depth background reporting on current affairs. The Call is open to all types of media. Additionally the applicants have to indicate what value they could add to existing EU affairs reporting.

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2016-09-16


In the course of an EU project an international team of researchers, amongst representative of the MODUL University Vienna, have been developing an open source dashboard for the newsroom called Pheme. According to the Pheme’s official website, Pheme is a set of innovative tools which will make users able to reveal hidden "modalities" such as reputation, influence or credibility of information in two different fields: journalism and enterprise (2016).
The online magazine Journalism mentions that the open source tool Pheme aims to assist the newsroom to instantly detect, track and verify facts and content spreading on social media platforms (2016). According to the magazine Journalism the EU project, which began January 2014, is aiming to have a completed prototype available to the public early next year (2016).

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2016-09-14


The Irish Times mentions that social media networks publish and share news stories, hence act as a publisher. Elieen Culloty’s article “Is it time to treat Facebook as a traditional news publishers?”, discusses the value of journalism and editorial responsibilities.
According to Elieen Culloty, social media platforms are not subjected to the same responsibilities as press and broadcast media.
Furthermore the article in the Irish Times seeks to shed light on the issue that there is no simple solution to save the news industry and to safeguard journalism.

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