Journalism agenda: 170 journalists in prison in Turkey…


Many people imprisoned after the failed coup attempt of July 15, particularly journalists and writers, are subjected to strict communication deprivations, CHP deputy Utku Çakırözer has said, describing the measures as “psychological torture.”
Reporters often extol the benefits of mojo techniques and equipment, but Nick Garnett of BBC 5Live explains where this workflow can prove challenging and potentially dangerous

Study: Fox and CNN are the top news brands for smartphone alerts

How many news alerts will you tolerate on your smartphone’s lockscreen? Which organizations do you get them from? And what types of alerts do you prefer?

News Alerts and the Battle for the Lockscreen, a new report by Nic Newman for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, surveyed 7,577 adults in the U.S., U.K., Germany, and Taiwan who received notifications from news apps on their phones and said they engaged with the notifications frequently.

Among the survey’s findings:

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