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The future of journalism

Inquiry

Digital technologies have called into question what journalism is, in a society in which journalistic content takes an ever-wider range of forms and in which it is easier than ever for citizens to act as journalists. This inquiry will investigate how digital technologies are changing the production and consumption of journalism, how journalists can be supported to adapt to those changes, and how the profession can become more trusted by—and representative of—the general population.

Reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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21 July 2020
Inquiry The future of journalism
Witnesses ITV
Committees Communications and Digital Committee
Oral Evidence
14 July 2020
Inquiry The future of journalism
Witnesses Jamie Angus (Director, World Service Group at BBC ), David Jordan (Director, Editorial Policy and Standards at BBC ), and Anna Mallett (Chief Executive Officer at ITN)
Committees Communications and Digital Committee
Oral Evidence
14 July 2020
Inquiry The future of journalism
Witnesses Rt Hon John Whittingdale OBE MP (Minister of State for Media and Data at Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport)
Committees Communications and Digital Committee
Oral Evidence
Witnesses Guardian Media Group
Committees Communications and Digital Committee
Written Evidence
Witnesses Dr Jane Armstrong
Committees Communications and Digital Committee
Written Evidence
Witnesses Professor Tim Crook (President at Chartered Institute of Journalists), and Dominic Cooper (Chief Executive and General Secretary at Chartered Institute of Journalists)
Committees Communications and Digital Committee
Written Evidence

Contact us

  • Email: holcommunications@parliament.uk
  • Phone: 020 7219 8662 (committee staff) | 020 7219 8535 (Press Officer)
  • Address: Communications and Digital Committee, House of Lords, London SW1A 0PW