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European innovation, supporting quality, journalism. There are few things more important to society, than a free and thriving press As the digital world. evolves journalists and publishers are facing new, opportunities as well as new challenges. Google s mission to organise the world s information and make it. universally useful and accessible shares the same core values that. European countries, underpin quality journalism As our CEO Sundar Pichai publicly stated. Google cares deeply about journalism We believe deeply in spreading. knowledge to make life better for everyone It s at the heart of Google s. mission It s the mission of publishers and journalists Put simply our. futures are tied, The Digital News Innovation Fund DNI Fund is a European programme.
that s part of the Google News Initiative an effort to help journalism thrive. in the digital age The DNI Fund is a 150 million commitment to support. and kick start innovation within the European news ecosystem. Entering its third year the DNI Fund is coming of age and a community of. successful project owners has flourished We ve seen projects transform. from ideas to remarkable and highly impactful solutions that are already. making a difference in newsrooms, In this report you ll find a full overview of DNI Fund activity as well as details. of many brilliant concepts from across Europe that are tackling four key. industry challenges battling misinformation telling local stories boosting. digital revenues and exploring new technologies We hope you enjoy reading. about them, The DNI Fund team, Find more online, More information can be found online at. newsinitiative withgoogle com dnifund In funding, In conversation For me increased collaboration. is the standout feature of this, with Ludovic Blecher Rosalia Lloret. External Fund Council member and Head of Institutional. and Public Relations at Online Publishers Association Europe. and Rosalia Lloret, We spoke to Ludovic Blecher Head of the Digital News Innovation Fund and Rosalia Lloret How have you seen the Has the Fund made a RL Again I think it all comes.
external Fund Council member and Head of Insitutional and Public Relations at Online Fund evolve and grow difference to the wider back to sharing knowledge Small local. publishers can learn so much from each, Publishers Association Europe to talk about the DNI Fund and its impact over the years news ecosystem other from organisations that face similar. LB As the DNI Fund enters its, LB We re now starting to challenges in countries across Europe as well. as from their local peers, really see the impact of the Fund So far we ve. third year the community of project owners, At its core is this open has grown with it and we re seeing more and. received 4800 applications and looking more, source approach based more positive outcomes In the early days we.
narrowly we ve funded 461 projects That s a What lessons have. lot of news industry experts across Europe, on collaboration and saw a lot of brilliant ideas begin their journeys. spending time and energy on something you learnt, But execution takes time and now we re at. mutual benefit the stage where some of these ideas start. completely new and embracing fresh, approaches, RL Moving forward it would. having an impact where it matters most be great to see the DNI Fund team supporting. in newsrooms and following up projects a bit more closely. Ludovic Blecher RL The Fund has brought providing more resources to connect innovators. Head of the Digital News Innovation Fund RL I d add that one of the. visibility and a much sharper focus to the, business of innovation for those engaged. helping project owners learn from others, successes and failures and empowering.
reasons they re making that impact is because, with it It s not just about the money it s about the sharing of technology. more and more teams are working together, supporting innovators that want to experiment. sharing their experiences and expertise For, me increased collaboration is the standout. from within media organisations It s sparking, both industry wide innovation as well as. LB If I could turn back the clock, feature of this past year I think we could have really built in knowledge.
internal innovation within organisations, sharing from the start of the process We were. themselves One of the Fund s biggest impacts, LB I agree that one of the most is difficult to quantify because it s about a. a little reserved at first about who might want, to share what But as the DNI Fund has. innovative approaches is collaboration and I change in mindset. progressed it s become clear that at its core, strongly believe it s the next big thing in news. is this open source approach based on, And what s great is that it s happened organically.
While the spirit of collaboration has been, What has the Fund done collaboration and mutual benefit We will do. welcomed by the DNI Fund team the for local publishers or much more this year to share knowledge and. connect innovators for the benefit of the news, enthusiasm and act of collaboration has come. from the industry and the applicants themselves, organisations ecosystem overall. LB There s a lot of opportunity, One of the Fund s biggest RL By coming together people for innovation across the news ecosystem This feeling of togetherness. and support is one of the aspects of the Fund, impacts is the change realise that they have more in common than and this is also true for local publishers We ve.
that makes me really proud to be involved, they thought But they aren t only pooling found with local projects and applicants to the. in mindset resources to create something just for that DNI Fund that they re really finding recipes that At first glance the individual applicants and. meet their specific needs They re reconnecting projects appear to be so diverse but actually. group in many cases they re sharing their, the dots with their communities and are trying when you dive deeper they all share several. innovations with anybody who is interested, attributes and challenges At heart they re all. Rosalia Lloret For example we ve seen many projects that to build innovative and more engaging. striving to compete in a complex world and to, External Fund Council member and Head of use open source coding which is freely experiences using local data. ensure the sustainability of quality journalism, Institutional and Public Relations at Online available for all to access.
and that s a goal that everybody can get behind, Publishers Association Europe. LB The whole approach from, the project owners has been very open source. not only from a code perspective but, Now we re at the stage where. embracing an open source mindset, some of these ideas start. having an impact where it, matters most in newsrooms.
Ludovic Blecher, Head of the DNI Innovation Fund, Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia. TOTAL FUND TOTAL FUND TOTAL FUND TOTAL FUND, 2 6m 3 7m 400k 850k. PROJECTS PROJECTS PROJECTS PROJECTS, Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Finland. TOTAL FUND TOTAL FUND TOTAL FUND TOTAL FUND, 450k 1 1m 1 4m 2 1m. PROJECTS PROJECTS PROJECTS PROJECTS, Battling 31 France Germany Greece Hungary.
misinformation No of projects TOTAL FUND, TOTAL FUND. TOTAL FUND, TOTAL FUND, Projects that work to defend and protect quality. journalism by using fact checking and other 5 1m PROJECTS. technologies to combat misinformation Amount of funding. Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania, Telling 50 TOTAL FUND. TOTAL FUND, TOTAL FUND, TOTAL FUND, local stories No of projects PROJECTS PROJECTS PROJECTS PROJECTS. Projects that use innovation to ensure that local, and smaller publishers have a louder voice in the 13 2m.
digital space Amount of funding Luxembourg Netherlands Norway Poland. TOTAL FUND TOTAL FUND TOTAL FUND TOTAL FUND, 285k 3 2m 3 2m 3 9m. Boosting 49 PROJECTS PROJECTS PROJECTS PROJECTS, 1 23 18 22. digital revenues No of projects, Projects that aim to help publishers access. new or better opportunities to turn their content 11 8m Portugal. TOTAL FUND, TOTAL FUND, TOTAL FUND, TOTAL FUND, into revenue Amount of funding 5 8m 1 5m 1 2m 750k. PROJECTS PROJECTS PROJECTS PROJECTS, Exploring 108.
new technologies No of projects Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom. TOTAL FUND TOTAL FUND TOTAL FUND TOTAL FUND, Projects that use digital technology to automate. workstreams or content in order to support original 8 2m 2m 3 3m 10 3m. journalism or improve the reader experience Amount of funding. PROJECTS PROJECTS PROJECTS PROJECTS, 33 11 12 58, product new community newsletter. marketplace video audio mobile ne, tics curation Battling misinformation. new approach pure content creatio, genda gamification photo VR UX de. ocal stories DMP personalisation bot, vertising Battling misinformation pe.
hoto fact checking verification dat, ting digital revenues payment mode. acy education hyperlocal journalism, of things analytics research blockch. ew formats Exploring new technolog, Impartial 25 000. Full Fact is generally recognised deliberately mislead the public. as an organisation that has done they can misread the data and. more than most to highlight the make genuine mistakes. issue of fake news which is, probably more usefully described Now Full Fact has been awarded. as misinformation In 2016 the a further tranche of funding from. media items processed, and effective, DNI Fund supported the early the DNI Fund for a new idea.
a week by Full Fact beginnings of Full Fact s The project will help us develop. automated fact checking tools a set of standards for sharing fact. This was instrumental in building checks and evaluate automated. the technology that has since fact checking to ensure that the. been widely featured in the systems provide results in a. media for example when Full consistently balanced way adds. Fact live fact checks a TV Mevan This is part research. broadcast Since the original project part editorial creation and. funding Full Fact has flourished it aims to explore how our findings. with the team doubling in size can best be disseminated The. fact checks produced a week to 16 objective is to make sure that fact. checking at internet scale is, Full Fact is a registered charity balanced and fair even though. that s funded by ordinary people we don t control when or where. by charitable trusts and by others or how our fact checks appear. explains Mevan Babakar Head of So we re carrying out research. Automated Factchecking at Full into how people experience fact. Fact Google was the first to fund checks in different products. our automated fact checking and formats and contexts and. actually that was quite brave of we re also developing and testing. the average time it takes them That initial pot of money different fact check formats that. for one fact check gave us the traction to build the could automatically appear on. first prototypes and that spurred social networks The end game. everyone else on to come round is to implement all these ideas. to our way of thinking and initiatives across all aspects. That initial pot of money gave We undertake around ten fact. of our work, us the traction to build the first checks per week at the moment As a charity the sharing of. prototypes and that spurred including claims made on regular. TV programmes such as BBC, experience expertise and. tools across the fact checking, everyone else on to come Question Time We re independent community is a key goal for Full. round to our way of thinking impartial and effective And there. are many examples of how our, Fact Mevan and the team are.
currently working closely with, work has led to retractions or similar organisations in South. corrections from a wide range Africa and Argentina and hope to. Mevan Babakar of people and organisations be in a position to present some of. Head of Automated Factchecking at Full Fact including a former prime minister the findings inspired by the latest. and also a political party that funding from the DNI Fund at the. had actually underestimated the Global Fact Checking Summit in. effectiveness of a particular policy June 2018, Sometimes it s not that people. Quick facts, Full Fact is a charity, that provides free tools. information and advice, so that anyone can check The objective is to make sure that fact. the claims of politicians, and the media, checking at internet scale is balanced and.
fair even though we don t control when or, United Kingdom. where or how our fact checks appear, Fund awarded, 2016 and 2017. Amount awarded, 50 000 and 300 000, A question, In a world where deadlines rule Although TrustServista has only. media professionals often been in operation since the end. struggle to find the time or of 2017 we ve already achieved. resources to distinguish the fake some significant results says. from the real And that means George Bara Chief Strategy. they can inadvertently distribute Officer For example when news. content that misleads readers outlets reported a crash involving. and jeopardises the hard won an airplane and a helicopter just. reputation of their organisation above the Rothschild s family. home in the UK a couple of, In Romania a fact checking conspiracy websites were quick. Elevating quality journalism Digital News Innovation Fund Report 2018 AMP investigation user experience design aggregation curation niche editorial product new community newsletter mail voice

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