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The European Journalism Observatory (EJO) is a network of media research institutes sharing a common goal: to reduce the gap between communications research and media practitioners, to make relevant results research accessible to broader audiences, to study “best practices” in journalism and analyze trends in the media industry. EJO claims to contribute to a richer understanding of media and of different journalism cultures, to facilitate collaboration between media researchers and practitioners in Europe and the U.S., and to foster press freedom.

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  • The European Journalism Observatory (EJO) is a network of media research institutes sharing a common goal: to reduce the gap between communications research and media practitioners, to make relevant results research accessible to broader audiences, to study “best practices” in journalism and analyze trends in the media industry. EJO claims to contribute to a richer understanding of media and of different journalism cultures, to facilitate collaboration between media researchers and practitioners in Europe and the U.S., and to foster press freedom.
  • The European Journalism Observatory (EJO) is a network of media research institutes sharing a common goal: to serve as a bridge between media researchers and practising journalists, to make the results of research accessible to a wider audience, and to promote “best practices” in journalism. EJO aims to contribute to a richer understanding of different journalism cultures, to facilitate collaboration between media researchers and practitioners in Europe and the United States, and to foster press freedom.
  • The European Journalism Observatory (EJO) is a network of media research institutes sharing a common goal: to serve as a bridge between media researchers and practising journalists, to make the results of research accessible to a wider audience, and to promote “best practices” in journalism. The EJO aims to contribute to a richer understanding of different journalism cultures, to facilitate collaboration between media researchers and practitioners in Europe and the United States, and to foster press freedom.
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  • The European Journalism Observatory (EJO) is a network of media research institutes sharing a common goal: to reduce the gap between communications research and media practitioners, to make relevant results research accessible to broader audiences, to study “best practices” in journalism and analyze trends in the media industry. EJO claims to contribute to a richer understanding of media and of different journalism cultures, to facilitate collaboration between media researchers and practitioners in Europe and the U.S., and to foster press freedom.
  • The European Journalism Observatory (EJO) is a network of media research institutes sharing a common goal: to serve as a bridge between media researchers and practising journalists, to make the results of research accessible to a wider audience, and to promote “best practices” in journalism. EJO aims to contribute to a richer understanding of different journalism cultures, to facilitate collaboration between media researchers and practitioners in Europe and the United States, and to foster press freedom.
  • The European Journalism Observatory (EJO) is a network of media research institutes sharing a common goal: to serve as a bridge between media researchers and practising journalists, to make the results of research accessible to a wider audience, and to promote “best practices” in journalism. The EJO aims to contribute to a richer understanding of different journalism cultures, to facilitate collaboration between media researchers and practitioners in Europe and the United States, and to foster press freedom.
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