Damian Radcliffe, School of Journalism and Communication

Damian Radcliffe

damianr@uoregon.edu
Academic Areas:
Social Media, News Media Trends, Community Journalism, Media Policy, Hyperlocal

Damian Radcliffe is an expert in news media trends, social media, community journalism, and media policy. As an experienced digital analyst, consultant, journalist, and researcher, he can speak to media policy and the media landscape in the U.K., U.S., and Qatar. At the University of Oregon, Damian is the Carolyn S. Chambers professor in journalism whose research focuses on the usage of social media and wider trends in local media, technology, the business of media, and journalism innovation. Additionally, Damian is honorary research fellow at Cardiff University’s School of Journalism, Media, and Culture Studies, and a fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce.

Contact:
damianr@uoregon.edu  | 541-346-7643 | @damianradcliffe

Websites:
http://journalism.uoregon.edu/member/radcliffe-damian/
www.damianradcliffe.com/

Recent Media:
10 ways the tech industry and the media helped create President Trump (The Conversation, Dec. 1, 2016)
Experts’ roundtable: The future of journalism in Trump’s America (The Conversation, Nov. 29, 2016)
Arab youth increasingly heading online for news, survey shows (The National UAE, April 12, 2016)
The Middle East: Have you been watching? (Media Power Monitor, April 6, 2016)
Key insights into newspaper subscription models in the US (The Media Briefing, April 4, 2016)
Deserts, ravines, ancient ruins: How Google's Street View is scrambling along in Indiana Jones' footsteps (ZD Net, March 30, 2016)
The Age of Social (Arab Youth Survey 2016, April 2016)
How and Why Hyper-Local Journalism Looks Different in the U.K. (MediaShift, April 2016)
Five years after the Arab Spring, how does the Middle East use social media? (The Conversation, Feb. 24, 2016)
Local data journalism: Five tips and a few key things to consider, (BBC Online, Feb. 2, 2016)
Arabs have different priorities in online use (The National, Jan. 30, 2016)
12 lessons about live radio and building a relationship with the audience (Journalism.co.uk, Jan. 27, 2016)
Clickbait: The changing face of online journalism (BBC Online, Sept. 14, 2015)
Digital Tools, Active Communities (TEDx Istanbul, June 9, 2015)