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Five things everybody needs to know about the future of Journalism

What do we know so far about the implications for journalism and by extension politics? Image: REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Rasmus Kleis Nielsen

Professor of Political Communication and Director of Research, University of Oxford

Meera Selva

Director of the Journalism Fellowship Programme, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ) at the University of Oxford

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