The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) and Columbia University’s Tow Center for Digital Journalism today launched the second global survey from the Journalism and the Pandemic Project, which is designed to map the longer-term impacts of the pandemic on journalism worldwide and help guide responses to it.
They are asking newsroom executives, journalists and other media workers across the globe to share their experiences and insights after enduring two years of pandemic-induced disruption, overload and transformation. The information gathered from you will be critical to help understand the effects of COVID-19 on journalism long term, the needs of journalists around the world, and the myriad creative ways journalists have responded to the challenges and opportunities presented by this historic period.
Their study addresses the following questions:
- How has the pandemic transformed the business and practice of journalism?
- What threats to media freedom and journalism safety have emerged in connection with COVID-19, and how are journalists and news organizations responding to them?
- How are journalists and news organizations experiencing and working to combat the misinformation and disinformation accompanying the pandemic?
Take the survey here.
Organisation: International Centre for Journalists (ICFJ)