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Here are 10 insights from our research in 2019 that can help journalists in 2020

1. Our #DNR19 showed that 16% pay for online news in 🇺🇸, 27% in 🇸🇪 & 34% in 🇳🇴. But these countries remain the exception. People in many countries remain reluctant to pay…
@rasmus_kleis @MeeraSelva1 @dragz @annisch @silviamajo @arusbridger @pollycurtis @jeffjarvis @Rosental @jbenton 2. A report we published in September showed that FB & YouTube are more widely named as sources of online news by young people than most of the 🇪🇺 public broadcasters. @BBCNews is the only one with a higher reach among young audiences online than offline…
@rasmus_kleis @MeeraSelva1 @dragz @annisch @silviamajo @arusbridger @pollycurtis @jeffjarvis @Rosental @jbenton @BBCNews @davidallevy @vincentgiret @edeantoniog @MukulDevichand @zillahwatson @AuraLindeberg @uebermedien 3. Our factsheet on #Brexit showed that 58% of Leave voters get their news from pro-Leave newspapers but only 1% get ALL their news from pro-Leave newspapers. The proportion is similar on the Remain side…
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💬Despite algorithm changes and limited direct monetisation, legacy news outlets across Europe still value social media, particularly FB, in order to pursue their editorial and commercial objectives.…
⚖️Levels of news consumption (especially online) in the UK are more unequal by social grade than levels of income according to our Social Inequalities in News study by @antoniskalog / @rasmus_kleis

1-in-4 consume no online news.…
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2019 @risj_oxford Digital News Report out. 38 markets. 6 continents, Independent, evidence-based, international analysis from @nicnewman @dragz @antoniskalog & our partners

5 key findings from me in thread, discussion under #DNR19, more in full report 1/7
We find only a small increase in the overall numbers paying for any online news, and even in countries with higher levels of payment, the vast majority only have ONE online subscription – suggesting that ‘winner takes most’ dynamics are likely to be important. 2/7
Role of platforms continue to evolve - in many countries, people say they are spending less time w/Facebook and more w/WhatsApp, Instagram, & YouTube than this time last year. Few users are abandoning FB entirely, though, and it remains most important social network for news. 3/7
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