Nieman Foundation at Harvard
HOME
          
LATEST STORY
Newsonomics: Seizing the Brexit-Trump moment, the Murdochs bid for Sky
ABOUT                    SUBSCRIBE

Articles by Rasmus Kleis Nielsen

Rasmus Kleis Nielsen is a research fellow at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism and an assistant professor of communications at Roskilde University in Denmark.
@rasmus_kleis
rasmus-kleis-nielsen
“Most news organizations are still approaching the mobile web the way they approached the desktop web in the 1990s: Let’s build an audience first and figure out the money later.”
rasmus_kleis_nielsen
“Digital intermediaries like Google and Facebook increasingly face political issues both at home and abroad.”
rasmus_kleis_nielsen
“When it comes to the future of news, as when it comes to so many other things, it is worth following the money.”
rasmus_kleis_nielsen
“The future usually turns out to be weirder than we think.”
columbia-post-industrial-journalism-report
European media scholar Rasmus Kleis Nielsen says there are big differences between how the media ecosystems on both sides on the Atlantic are shifting — and some ways Americans can learn from Europeans.
rendell-philadelphia-inquirer
Around the world, Roskilde University’s Rasmus Kleis Nielsen argues, it’s common for newspapers to be viewed as the political tools of their owners. A sale of The Philadelphia Inquirer might be a sign that a similar model is on the march in the United States.