Berret, Charles. 2017. “Walter Benjamin and the Question of Print in Media History.” Journal of Communication Inquiry 41 (4): 349–67. https://doi.org/10.1177/0196859917715741.
Henry Rees-Sheridan invited me to speak on Monocle’s Globalist podcast today. They’ve been running a series on press leaks, so Henry and I discussed the new wave of encrypted communication tools and their role in connecting confidential sources to journalists. You can find the full episode here (I come on around 21:30) or listen to… Continue reading Interview: Globalist Podcast
As a break from dissertation writing, I accepted an invitation from the editors of the Columbia Journalism Review to write an article revisiting last year’s Tow Center report on the use of SecureDrop in newsrooms. Here in the early months of the Trump presidency, all indications point to an incredible surge in the use of… Continue reading Article on Whistleblowing Tools in CJR
Posting this a bit late, but I was invited to speak on the podcast “It’s All Journalism” back in June. They were curious about my research on SecureDrop and I think we covered the subject pretty well in just under thirty minutes. You can tune in here: http://itsalljournalism.com/203-securedrop-helps-protect-identity-of-anonymous-sources/ And my report on SecureDrop is available… Continue reading Interview on the “It’s All Journalism” Podcast
Berret, Charles. 2016. “Guide to SecureDrop.” Tow Center for Digital Journalism. https://academiccommons.columbia.edu/catalog/ac:crjdfn2z48.
Cheryl Phillips and I just published an article-length version of our report “Teaching Data and Computational Journalism” in the Columbia Journalism Review. Find it here: http://www.cjr.org/analysis/data.php
Cheryl Phillips and I just published a report called “Teaching Data and Computational Journalism.” It covers a lot of ground. We surveyed the course offerings of accredited journalism schools in the U.S. to see where and how data and computational skills were being taught. The results were pretty grim: roughly half teach no data skills… Continue reading Report on “Teaching Data and Computational Journalism”
Brideau, Kate, and Charles Berret. 2014. “A Brief Introduction to Impact: ‘The Meme Font.’” Edited by Laine Nooney and Laura Portwood-Stacer. Journal of Visual Culture 13 (3): 307–13. https://doi.org/10.1177/1470412914544515.