Australian Newsroom Mapping Project:
Research reports and data
The Australian Newsroom Mapping Project is an ongoing program of research to document and monitor the production of public interest journalism around the country.
Each month PIJI releases a narrative report detailing changes made in the database, as well as a data sheet as it stood at the end of the month. The narrative report discusses the evidence for changes that were made and how the project design influences them.
This is supported by a quarterly analysis of broader trends observed across the landscape. These reports are included in the March, June, September and December reports.
Local news publisher data will be released monthly beginning after 31 January 2022.
Current report and data
30 September 2021
Gary Dickson, Research & Projects Manager, Public Interest Journalism Initiative
Previous reports and data
The Australian Newsroom Mapping Project is an ongoing effort by the Public Interest Journalism Initiative to build and maintain data about news production and availability across the country. The data is made publicly available on a Creative Commons license to ensure that it can inform research and policy to support the news media.
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