Friday, 07 December 2018 16:38

Being an European Jew

Our partner, European Union of Jewish Students, asked their members about the common misconceptions they hear. They’ve produced two videos with the answers, “Things European Jews Are Tired of Hearing” and “The Silliest Things European Jews Have Heard”. You can watch them on our YouTube channel. Please share and help us in building a world that’s free from prejudice! 

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This video playlist shows the results of media monitoring undertaken in September 2018 in France, Germany, Belgium, Greece, and the UK as part of the Get The Trolls Out project.

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Wednesday, 26 September 2018 13:35

Silly Season

What is the silly season and what has that got to do with pickles, summer, and hateful articles? A short explanatory video by the GTTO team.

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This video playlist shows the results of media monitoring undertaken in August 2018 in France, Germany, Belgium, Greece, and the UK as part of the Get The Trolls Out project.

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This video playlist shows the results of media monitoring undertaken in July 2018 in France, Germany, Belgium, Greece  as part of the Get The Trolls Out project.

 

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Tuesday, 14 August 2018 11:18

How to diversify reporting?

This is the third and final video is a series where we talked to Dr. Verica Rupar, Associate Professor at the School of Communication Studies, Auckland University. Here, Dr. Rupar gives suggestions for improving the diversity of stories we hear in the media. Journalism in the mainstream media is, according to many, in crisis. However, at the same time, it is a great time for journalism, as on the fringes, new forms of journalism are emerging. Dr. Rupar discusses some of these new journalism methods, such as the use of social media to tell stories. 

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Tuesday, 14 August 2018 10:47

What is self-monitoring of the media?

In the second video of three discussing media monitoring, Dr. Verica Rupar, Associate Professor at the School of Communication Studies, Auckland University, talks about self-monitoring of the media. Dr. Rupar sees self-monitoring initiatives as vital, as they allow news agencies to work better. In this sense, self-monitoring is equally important to outside, independent media monitoring. Self-monitoring includes reacting on audience comments, such as through letter to the editor and social media reactions, and then formulating a response. 

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Tuesday, 14 August 2018 09:25

Does media monitoring matter?

This video is the first of three in a series where we talked to Dr. Verica Rupar, Associate Professor at the School of Communication Studies, Auckland University. In this instalment, we discuss the question; does media monitoring matter? Dr. Rupar explains that as global citizens we spend an average of 15 full years consuming media, meaning that monitoring this big element in our lives is essential. With each media organisation having its own set of internal policies and sets of norms, media monitoring offers accountability. 

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This video playlist shows the results of media monitoring undertaken in June 2018 in France, Germany, UK, Belgium, Greece and Hungary as part of the Get The Trolls Out project.

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This video playlist shows the results of media monitoring undertaken in May 2018 in France, Germany, UK, Belgium, Greece and Hungary as part of the Get The Trolls Out project.

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