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Fletcher, Richard, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2020. “Are Netflix and Spotify Subscribers More Likely to Pay for Online News? Comparative Analysis of Data From Six Countries.” International Journal of Communication 14: 19.

 

Jenkins, Joy, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2020. “Preservation and Evolution: Local Newspapers as Ambidextrous Organizations.” Journalism 21 (4): 472–88. https://doi.org/10.1177/1464884919886421.

 

Fletcher, Richard, Alessio Cornia, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2020. “How Polarized Are Online and Offline News Audiences? A Comparative Analysis of Twelve Countries.” The International Journal of Press/Politics 25 (2): 169–95. https://doi.org/10.1177/1940161219892768.

 

Cornia, Alessio, Annika Sehl, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2020. “‘We No Longer Live in a Time of Separation’: A Comparative Analysis of How Editorial and Commercial Integration Became a Norm.” Journalism 21 (2): 172–90. https://doi.org/10.1177/1464884918779919.

 

Jenkins, Joy, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2020. “Proximity, Public Service, and Popularity: A Comparative Study of How Local Journalists View Quality News.” Journalism Studies 21 (2): 236–53. https://doi.org/10.1080/1461670X.2019.1636704.

 

Lee, Francis L. F., Michael Che-ming Chan, Hsuan-Ting Chen, Rasmus Nielsen, and Richard Fletcher. 2019. “Consumptive News Feed Curation on Social Media as Proactive Personalization: A Study of Six East Asian Markets.” Journalism Studies 20 (15): 2277–92. https://doi.org/10.1080/1461670X.2019.1586567.

 

Cornia, Alessio, Annika Sehl, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2019. “Comparing Legacy Media Responses to the Changing Business of News: Cross-National Similarities and Differences across Media Types.” International Communication Gazette 81 (6–8): 686–706. https://doi.org/10.1177/1748048518808641.

 

Sehl, Annika, Alessio Cornia, Lucas Graves, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2019. “Newsroom Integration as an Organizational Challenge.” Journalism Studies 20 (9): 1238–59. https://doi.org/10.1080/1461670X.2018.1507684.

 

Majó-Vázquez, Sílvia, Rasmus K. Nielsen, and Sandra González-Bailón. 2019. “The Backbone Structure of Audience Networks: A New Approach to Comparing Online News Consumption Across Countries.” Political Communication 36 (2): 227–40. https://doi.org/10.1080/10584609.2018.1546244.

 

Kalogeropoulos, Antonis, Richard Fletcher, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2019. “News Brand Attribution in Distributed Environments: Do People Know Where They Get Their News?” New Media & Society 21 (3): 583–601. https://doi.org/10.1177/1461444818801313.

 

Fletcher, Richard, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2018. “Automated Serendipity: The Effect of Using Search Engines on News Repertoire Balance and Diversity.” Digital Journalism 6 (8): 976–89. https://doi.org/10.1080/21670811.2018.1502045.

 

Toff, Benjamin, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2018. “‘I Just Google It’: Folk Theories of Distributed Discovery.” Journal of Communication 68 (3): 636–57. https://doi.org/10.1093/joc/jqy009.

 

Fletcher, Richard, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2018. “Generalised Scepticism: How People Navigate News on Social Media.” Information, Communication & Society 0 (0): 1–19. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2018.1450887.

 

Fletcher, Richard, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2018. “Are People Incidentally Exposed to News on Social Media? A Comparative Analysis.” New Media & Society 20 (7): 2450–68. https://doi.org/10.1177/1461444817724170.

 

Kalogeropoulos, Antonis, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2018. “Investing in Online Video News.” Journalism Studies 19 (15): 2207–24. https://doi.org/10.1080/1461670X.2017.1331709.

 

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis, and Sarah Anne Ganter. 2018. “Dealing with Digital Intermediaries: A Case Study of the Relations between Publishers and Platforms.” New Media & Society 20 (4): 1600–1617. https://doi.org/10.1177/1461444817701318.

 

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2017. ‘No One Cares What We Know: Three Responses to the Irrelevance of Political Communication Research’. Political Communication, DOI:  10.1080/10584609.2017.1406591 (invited essay).

 

Fletcher, Richard, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2017. “Are News Audiences Increasingly Fragmented? A Cross-National Comparative Analysis of Cross-Platform News Audience Fragmentation and Duplication.” Journal of Communication 67 (4): 476–98. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcom.12315.

 

Kalogeropoulos A, Negredo S, Picone I & Nielsen RK. 2017. ‘Who shares and comments on news? A cross-national comparative analysis of online and social media participation’. Social Media & Society 3 (4), 2056305117735754

 

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2017. ‘The One Thing Journalism Just Might Do for Democracy: Counterfactual Idealism, Liberal Optimism, Democratic Realism’. Journalism Studies 18 (10), 1251-1262

 

Fletcher, Richard, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2016. ‘Paying for Online News’. Digital Journalism 0 (0): 1–19. doi:10.1080/21670811.2016.1246373.

 

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2016. ‘Folk Theories of Journalism: the many faces of a local newspaper’. Journalism Studies. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1461670X.2016.1165140.

 

Karpf, David, Daniel Kreiss, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, and Matthew Powers. 2015. ‘The Role of Qualitative Methods in Political Communication Research: Past, Present, and Future.’ International Journal of Communication 9: 19. http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/4153 (introduction to special issue).

 

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2015. ‘Social Media and Bullshit.’ Social Media + Society 1 (1): 2056305115580335. doi:10.1177/2056305115580335 (invited essay).

 

Brüggemann, Michael, Edda Humprecht, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Kari Karppinen, Alessio Cornia, and Frank Esser. 2015. ‘Framing the Newspaper Crisis.’ Journalism Studies (online first): 1–19. doi:10.1080/1461670X.2015.1006871.

 

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2014. ‘Political communication research: new media, new challenges, and new opportunities.’ MedieKultur 30 (56).

 

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis and Kim Christian Schrøder. 2014. ‘The relative importance of social media for accessing, finding, and engaging with news: an eight-country cross-media comparison.’ Digital Journalism. DOI: 10.1080/21670811.2013.872420.
Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2013. ‘‘Frozen’ media subsidies during a time of media change: a comparative analysis of media policy drift in six western democracies.’ Global Media and Communication 10 (2): 121-138.
Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis and Cristian Vaccari. 2013. ‘Do people ‘like’ politicians on Facebook? Not really. Large-scale direct candidate-to-voter online communication as an outlier phenomenon.’ International Journal of Communication 7. Translated into the Portuguese as ‘As pessoas curtem os políticos no Facebook? Não mesmo! A comunicação direta em larga escala entre candidatos e eleitores como um fenômeno outlier’ and published in Revista Eletrônica de Ciência Política in 2014.
Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2013. ‘The absence of structural Americanization: Media system developments in six affluent democracies, 2000-2009.’ International Journal of Press/Politics 18 (4): 392-412.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis, Frank Esser, and David A. L. Levy. 2013. ‘Comparative perspectives on the changing business of journalism and its implications for democracy.’ International Journal of Press/Politics 18 (4): 383-391 (introduction to special issue).

 

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2013. ‘Mundane tools, the risk of exclusion, and reflexive movements: Occupy Wall St and political uses of digital networked technologies.’ Sociological Quarterly 54 (2): 173-177 (invited contribution to special issue).
Vaccari, Cristian, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2013. ‘What drives politicians’ online popularity? An analysis of the 2010 U.S. midterm elections.’ Journal of Information Technology & Politics 10 (2): 208-222.
Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2012. ‘How newspapers began to blog: Recognizing the role of technologists in old media organizations’ development of new media technologies.’ Information, Communication & Society 15 (6): 959–978.
Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2011. ‘Mundane internet tools, mobilizing practices, and the coproduction of citizenship in political campaigns.’ New Media & Society 13 (5): 755 –771. (Nominated for the 2012 Kaid-Sanders Award given by the American Political Science Association for best article on political communication, winner of the 2010 Internet, Policy & Politics best paper award.)
Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2010. ‘Participation through letters to the editor: Circulation, considerations, and genres in the letters institution.’ Journalism 11 (1): 21–35.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2009. ‘The labors of internet-assisted activism: Overcommunication, miscommunication, and communicative overload.’ Journal of Information Technology & Politics 6 (3): 267–280.

 

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2009. ‘Uneven accelerations.’ New Media & Society 11 (1-2): 299–306 (review essay).
Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2007. ‘Hegemony, radical democracy, populism.’ Distinktion – Scandinavian Journal of Political Theory 13: 77–97.
Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2006. ‘Det epistemologiske syndefald.’ Tidsskriftet Politik 9 (1): 14–25.

Book chapters

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2017. ‘Media capture in the digital age’. In: In the Service of Power: Media Capture and the Threat to Democracy, edited by Anya Schiffrin, 33–41. Washington: Center for International Media Assistance.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2017. ‘Digital news as forms of knowledge: a new chapter in the sociology of knowledge’. In: Remaking the News, edited by Boczkowski, PJ, Anderson, CW. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, pp. 91–109.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2016. ‘Democracy’. In Digital Keywords: A Vocabulary of Information Society and Culture, edited by Benjamin Peters, 81–92. Princeton Studies in Culture/Power/History. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2016. ‘The Business of News’. In The SAGE Handbook of Digital Journalism, edited by Tamara Witschge, Chris W. Anderson, David Domingo, and Alfred Hermida, 51–67. Los Angeles: SAGE.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2016. ‘News Media, Search Engines and Social Networking Sites as Varieties of Online Gatekeepers’. In Rethinking Journalism Again: Societal Role and Public Relevance in a Digital Age, edited by Chris Peters and Marcel Broersma. London ; New York, N.Y: Routledge.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2016. ‘The Many Crises of Western Journalism: A Comparative Analysis of Economic Crises, Professional Crises, and Crises of Confidence’. In The Crisis of Journalism Reconsidered: Democratic Culture, Professional Codes, Digital Future, edited by Jeffrey C. Alexander, Elizabeth Butler Breese, and María Luengo, 77–97. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press.

Hölig, Sascha, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, and Kim Christian Schrøder. 2016. ‘Changing Forms of Cross-Media News Use in Western Europe and Beyond’. In News Across Media: Production, Distribution and Consumption, edited by Jakob Linaa Jensen, Mette Mortensen, and Jacob Ørmen, 102–22. London: Routledge.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2015. ‘The Uncertain Future of Local Journalism.’ In Local Journalism: The Decline of Newspapers and the Rise of Digital Media, edited by Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, 1-25. London: I.B. Tauris.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2015. ‘Local Newspapers as Keystone Media: The Increased Importance of Diminished Newspapers for Local Information Environments.’ In Local Journalism: The Decline of Newspapers and the Rise of Digital Media, edited by Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, 51-72. London: I.B. Tauris.

Karpf, David, Daniel Kreiss, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2014. ‘A new era of field research in political communication?’ In Challenging Communication Research: Selected Papers from the International Communication Association Annual Conference 2013, edited by Leah A. Lievrouw, 43-57. New York: Peter Lang.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2014. ‘Americanization revisited: Political journalism in the United States and Western Europe compared.’ In Political Journalism in Transition: Western Europe in a Comparative Perspective, edited by Raymond Kuhn and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, 171-193. London: I.B.Tauris.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis, and Raymond Kuhn. 2014. ‘Political journalism in Western Europe: Change and continuity.’ In Political Journalism in Transition: Western Europe in a Comparative Perspective, edited by Raymond Kuhn and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, 1-23. London: I.B.Tauris.

Peters, Benjamin, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2012. ‘New media.’ In Handbook of Communication History, edited by Peter Simonson, Jonathan Peck, Robert T. Craig, and John Jackson, 257–271. New York: Routledge.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis, and David A. L. Levy. 2010. ‘The changing business of journalism and its implications for democracy.’ In The Changing Business of Journalism and Its Implications for Democracy, edited by David A. L. Levy and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, 3–15. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis and David A. L. Levy. 2010. ‘Which way for the business of journalism?’ In The Changing Business of Journalism and Its Implications for Democracy, edited by David A. L. Levy and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, 135–147. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis. 2010. ‘Digital politics as usual.’ In Digital Activism Decoded, edited by Mary Joyce, 181–196. New York: International Debate Education Association.

 

Other publications (not peer-reviewed)

Kalogeropoulos, Antonis, Richard Fletcher, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2020. “Even Low News Users Say They Are Willing to Take Preventive Measures against COVID-19.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Newman, Nic, Richard Fletcher, Anne Schulz, Simge Andı, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2020. “Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2020.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Fletcher, Richard, Antonis Kalogeropoulos, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2020. “Trust in UK Government and News Media COVID-19 Information down, Concerns over Misinformation from Government and Politicians Up.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Kalogeropoulos, Antonis, Richard Fletcher, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2020. “Initial Surge in News Use around Coronavirus in the UK Has Been Followed by Significant Increase in News Avoidance.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis, Antonis Kalogeropoulos, and Richard Fletcher. 2020. “UK Public Opinion Polarised on News Coverage of Government Coronavirus Response and Concern over Misinformation.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Fletcher, Richard, Antonis Kalogeropoulos, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2020. “News Media Broadly Trusted, Views of UK Government Response to COVID-19 Highly Polarised.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis, Richard Fletcher, Nic Newman, J. Scott Brennen, and Philip N. Howard. 2020. “Navigating the ‘Infodemic’: How People in Six Countries Access and Rate News and Information about Coronavirus.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Brennen, J. Scott, Felix S. Simon, Philip N. Howard, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2020. “Types, Sources, and Claims of COVID-19 Misinformation.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Andı, Simge, Meera Selva, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2020. “Women and Leadership in the News Media 2020: Evidence from Ten Markets.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Brennen, J. Scott, Philip N. Howard, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2019. “Industry, Experts, or Industry Experts? Academic Sourcing in News Coverage of AI.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis, Robert Gorwa, and Madeleine de Cock Buning. 2019. “What Can Be Done? Digital Media Policy Options for Europe (and Beyond).” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Schulz, Anne, David A. L Levy, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2019. “Old, Educated, and Politically Diverse: The Audience of Public Service News.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Newman, Nic, Richard Fletcher, Antonis Kalogeropoulos, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2019. “Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2019.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Majó-Vázquez, Silvia, S Mukerjee, Taberez Ahmed Neyazi, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2019. “Online Audience Engagement with Legacy and Digital-Born News Media in the 2019 Indian Elections.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Aneez, Zeenab, Taberez Ahmed Neyazi, Antonis Kalogeropoulos, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2019. “Reuters Institute India Digital News Report.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis, and Meera Selva. 2019. “More Important, But Less Robust? Five Things Everybody Needs to Know about the Future of Journalism.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Brennen, J. Scott, Philip N. Howard, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2018. “An Industry-Led Debate: How UK Media Cover Artificial Intelligence.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Nicholls, Tom, Nabeelah Shabbir, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2018. “Coming of Age: Developments in Digital-Born News Media in Europe.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Cornia, Alessio, Annika Sehl, David A. L Levy, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2018. “Private Sector News, Social Media Distribution, and Algorithm Change.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Libert, Timothy, Lucas Graves, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2018. “Changes in Third-Party Content on European News Websites after GDPR.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Newman, Nic, Richard Fletcher, Antonis Kalogeropoulos, David A. L Levy, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2018. “Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2018.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Libert, Timothy, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2018. “Third-Party Web Content on EU News Sites.” Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Jenkins, Joy and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2018. ‘The Digital Transition of Local News’. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Fletcher, Richard, Alessio Cornia, Lucas Graves, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2018. ‘Measuring the reach of “fake news” and online disinformation in Europe’, RISJ Factsheet. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Nicholls Tom, Nabeelah Shabbir and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, 2017. ‘The Global Expansion of Digital-Born News Media’. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Majó-Vázquez, Sílvia, Jun Zhao, Jason R. C. Nurse, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, 2017. ‘Digital-Born and Legacy News Media on Twitter during the UK Elections’, RISJ Factsheet. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Francis Lee, Michael Chan, Hsuan-Ting Chen, Dennis K. K. Leung, Antonis Kalogeropoulos, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2017. ‘APAC Regional Digital News Report’.  Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Majó-Vázquez, Silvia, JRC Nurse, Felix Simon & Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, 2017. ‘Digital-Born and Legacy News Media on Twitter during the German Federal Election’, RISJ Fact sheet. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis and Lucas Graves. 2017. ‘”News you don’t believe”: Audience perspectives on fake news’, RISJ Factsheet. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Sehl, Annika, Alessio Cornia, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2017. ‘Developing Digital News in Private Sector Media’. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Newman, Nic with Richard Fletcher, Antonis Kalogeropoulos, David A. L. Levy and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2017. Reuters Institute Digital News Report. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. (See digitalnewsreport.org.)

Majó-Vázquez S, J Zhao & Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, 2017. ‘The Digital-Born and Legacy News Media on Twitter during the French Presidential Elections’, RISJ Factsheet. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Cornia, Alessio, Annika Sehl, Felix Simon, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen., 2017. ‘Pay Models in European News’, RISJ Factsheet. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Sehl, Annika, Alessio Cornia, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2017. ‘Developing Digital News in Public Service Media’. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis, Alessio Cornia, and Antonis Kalogeropoulos. 2016. ‘Challenges and Opportunities for News Media and Journalism in an Increasingly Digital, Mobile, and Social Media Environment’. Commissioned Report for the Council of Europe. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Link.

Aneez, Zeenab, Sumandro Chattapadhyay, Vibod Parthasarathi, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2016. ‘Indian Newspapers’ Digital Transition: Dainik Jagran, Hindustan Times, and Malayala Manorama’. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Link.

Nicholls, Tom, Nabeelah Shabbir, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2016. ‘Digital-Born News Media in Europe’. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Link.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis, Richard Fletcher, Annika Sehl, and David AL Levy. 2016. ‘Analysis of the Relation Between and Impact of Public Service Media and Private Media’. Commissioned Report for the Danish Ministry of Culture. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Link.

Pothong, Kruakae, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2016. ‘Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2016: Asia-Pacific Supplementary Report’. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Link.

Cornia, Alessio, Annika Sehl, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2016. ‘Private Sector Media and Digital News’. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Link.

Newman, Nic with Richard Fletcher, David A. L. Levy and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2016. Reuters Institute Digital News Report. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Link.

Sen, Arijit, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2016. ‘Digital Journalism Start-Ups in India’. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Link.

Sambrook, Richard Jeremy, and Rasmus Nielsen. 2016. ‘What Is Happening to Television News?’ Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Link.

Sehl, Annika, Alessio Cornia, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2016. ‘Public Service News and Digital Media’. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Link.

Cherubini, Federica, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2016. ‘Editorial Analytics: How News Media Are Developing and Using Audience Data and Metrics’. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Link.

Fletcher, Richard, Damian Radcliffe, David AL Levy, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, and Nic Newman. 2015. ‘Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2015: Supplementary Report’. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Link.

Newman, Nic with David A. L. Levy and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. 2015. Reuters Institute Digital News Report. Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Link.

Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis and Kim Christian Schrøder. 2014. ‘Danskernes brug af digitale medier og nyheder i 2014.’ Roskilde: Center for Magt, Medier, og Kommunikation. Link.

2013    Danskernes brug af nyhedsmedier 2013. Center for Magt, Medier og Kommunikation, Roskilde Universitet. Available for download here (in Danish).

2012    Ten Years that Shook the Media World: Big Questions and Big Trends in International Media Developments. Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Oxford. Available for download here.

2012    Survival is Success: Journalistic Online Start-Ups in Western Europe. (co-authored with Nicola Bruno.) Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Oxford. Available for download here.

2011    Public Support for the Media: A Six-Country Review of Direct and Indirect Subsidies. (with Geert Linnebank). Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Oxford. Available for download here.

2010    Digital Politics as Usual. Book chapter in Mary Joyce (ed.) Digital Activism Decoded: The New Mechanics of Change. International Debate Education Association, New York and Amsterdam, pp. 181-196. Book available for download here and for purchase in print form here.

2009    Uneven Accelerations. Review essay in New Media and Society, 11 (1-2), 2009, pp.299-306. Link. [pre-publication version available here]

2008    Review of Philip N. Howard 2006, New Media Campaigns and the Managed Citizen. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York. In Tidsskriftet Politik, 10 (4), 2008.

2007    Review of Jules Boykoff 2006. The Suppression of Dissent. Routledge, New York & London. In Mobilization, December 2007, 12 (4), pp. 433-434.

2007    Review of Jens Hoff & Kresten Storgaard (eds.) 2005, Informationsteknologi og demokratisk innovation – borgerdeltagelse, politisk kommunikation og offentlig styring, Forlaget Samfundslitteratur, Denmark and Lars Torpe, Jeppe Agger Nielsen & Jens Ulrich 2005, Demokrati på nettet – Offentlighed, deltagelse og digital kommunikation, Aalborg Universitetsforlag, Denmark. In Tidsskriftet Politik 9 (3), 2007.

2007    Review of Gitte Meyer 2005, Hvorfor skulle der ikke kunne være en offentlig fornuft?, Syddansk Universitetsforlag, Denmark. Including my ‘Reply to Gitte Meyer’. In Tidsskriftet Politik, 9 (3), 2007.

2006    Review of Peter Sloterdijk 2005, Kritik af den Kyniske Fornuft, Det Lille Forlag, København. In Tidsskriftet Politik, 8 (4), 2006.

2006    Review of Ulrikke Moustgaard 2005, Håndtasken, heksen, og de blåøjede blondiner, Roskilde Universitetsforlag, Denmark. In Tidsskriftet Politik, 8 (3), 2006.

2005    Review of Roland Barthes 2004, Fortællerens død og andre essays, Gyldendal, København. In Slagmark – Tidsskrift for Idehistorie, No. 42, 2005.

2004    Review of Søren Hein Rasmussen & Niels Kayser Nielsen (eds.) 2003, Strid om demokratiet: artikler fra en dansk debat 1945-1946, Aarhus Universitetsforlag, Århus. In Tidskriftet Politik, 7 (1), 2004.

2004    Review of Jenny Edkins 2003, Trauma and the Memory of Politics, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge . In Millenium – Journal of International Studies, 33 (1), 2004.

2004     Review of Anette Warring 2004, Historie, Magt og Identitet – grundlovsfejringer gennem 150 år, Aarhus Universitetsforlag, Århus. In Økonomi og Politik, 77 (3), 2004.

2003     Review of Anette Borchorst & Drude Dahlerup (eds.) 2003, Ligestillingspolitik som diskurs og praksis, Samfundslitteratur, Denmark. In Politologiske Studier, 6 (3), 2003.

Clips

Long newspaper and magazine pieces include:

Er vores medier virkelig verdens bedste?, op-ed piece with Rasmus Helles, Berlingske, November 11, 2011.

Nu render de vælgerne på dørene, analysis in Politiken, April 16, 2011.

United We Stand, in Vision, nr. 1., 2009, pp.28-29.

Medlemsaktivering er vejen frem i USA, in Politiken, February 10, 2007, p. 4.

November 2005 – et stumt oprør, in Information, November 17, 2005, p. 24.

I have also written for a variety of other smaller political periodicals in Denmark.

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