The Television News Observatory
Since April 2018, the Permanent Television News Observatory has become an integral part of the Eurispes’ activities. The Institute, which has been archiving and analysing articles from major Italian newspapers for over thirty years, now also uses a readily available video archive to complete the panel of its analyses on the communication system.
The Observatory – which also produces a weekly review published in the form of a report – allows you to locate, through appropriate keywords, the seven generalist Italian channels’ prime time information, providing a valuable service to investigate communicational trends topics of contemporary media debate.
Furthermore, a collaboration between Eurispes and CoRiS, the Department of Communication and Social Research at the Sapienza University of Rome, has been launched since May 2019. The joint scientific direction of the Television News Observatory has been made official as a result of this collaboration.
Dr Alberto Baldazzi – Journalist and Deputy Director of Research for Eurispes
Prof Christian Ruggiero – Professor of Radio and Television Journalism, CoRiS Sapienza Department
Prof Marco Bruno – Professor of History and Models of Journalism, Department CoRiS Sapienza University of Rome
Prof Mihaela Gavrila – Professor of Television Studies, Department CoRiS Sapienza University of Rome
Prof Edoardo Novelli – Professor of Political Communication, University RomaTre
Prof Michele Prospero – Professor of Political Science, Department CoRiS Sapienza University of Rome
Prof Elena Valentini – Professor of Innovation and analysis of journalism models, CoRiS Department, Sapienza University of Rome
Dr Oliviero Bergamini – RAI Journalist
Dr Marco Di Fonzo – Journalist SKYTg24
Dr Marco Fratini – Journalist TgLa7
Dr Paolo Pacitti – Journalist RaiNews
Dr Paolo Petrecca – Journalist Deputy Director RaiNews
Dr Fabio Tricoli – Journalist News Mediaset
Dr Luca Baldazzi – Journalist and Eurispes researcher
Dr Giovanni Brancato – Researcher Sapienza University of Rome