De universiteitskrant: bedreigingen en kansen voor de toekomst**Met medewerking van: Natascha Ditzel, Yuri Noordam, Rick Jacobs en Carolus van Leeuwen, studenten Journalistiek en Nieuwe Media aan de Universiteit Leiden. Wij danken hen en de anonieme beoordelaars van het manuscript voor hun bijdrage aan dit artikel. | Amsterdam University Press Journals Online
Volume 47, Issue 1
  • ISSN: 1384-6930
  • E-ISSN: 1875-7286


University media in The Netherlands: threats and opportunities

University media in The Netherlands face a number of risks. This study explores which changes chief editors of Dutch college media and media experts foresee to deal with these threats and what opportunities they see to make university media future-proof for the next ten years. Threats are: the editorial staff is confronted with a growing international target group that is not served optimally, faces competition from numerous internal news services of the university and in some situations the editorial independence of editors is called into question. Opportunities: critical journalism is the oxygen for university democracy; critical news on all subjects and at all levels remains the raison d’être for the university media. Investigative journalism is seen as an important opportunity to set the university agenda and stay relevant. Connecting the international members of the academy to the university is the greatest challenge and opportunity.


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