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Sascha Hölig in Oxford

Sascha Hölig in Oxford

Dr. Sascha Hölig begins his stay in Oxford today. He will spend the coming months as a visiting scholar at the renowned Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford. During this time, he will focus intensively on international news repertoires.
Sascha Hölig is an old acquaintance of the Reuters Institute. Since 2013, he has been providing data and results from Germany for the annual Reuters Digital News Report – an international representative survey on online news usage. Sascha Hölig hopes to gain new inspiration and constructive discussions from his stay.
(02 September 2019)


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