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Past Research Fellows


European Broadcasting Union Journalism Fellowship

2014:  Kamila Varadzinová


Kamila is a user experience designer at Czech Radio. Kamila researched voting advice applications during her Fellowship at Polis. You can read her articles here.|


2012: Nadja Hahn


Nadja is a radio reporter from the Austrian broadcasting service ORF for her research on how social media affects the quality of radio journalism. As Hahn notes, “before the Internet gave us Facebook and Twitter, radio was the closest thing we had to a social medium, and the phone-in was the most interactive format out there. It is therefore fascinating to see how the medium is adapting and how radio journalism in particular is rising to the challenge." Her report is available here.|



Journalistfonden Fellowship


2014:  Carl Fridh-Kleberg


Carl is a Swedish journalist and works for the news agency TT as a foreign correspondent. His research project at Polis, funded by Journalistfonden in November-December 2014 is about digital source protect and data security in newsrooms. Read a post on his report here.|


2013: Karin O'Mahony


Karin is a Swedish journalist and works for Svenska Dagbladet as online and mobile editor. Her research project at Polis, funded by Journalistfonden, in October-November 2013 is about live blogging and how it affects journalism. The report As it happens – The impact of live news blogs and their future is available here.|


Sanna Trygg

2012: Sanna Trygg


Sanna is a Swedish journalist, who studied why we moderate public comment and the effects of different moderation policies, comparing two different news sources: Sweden's Svenska Dagbladet, and the UK's The Guardian. A full copy of her report, Is Comment Free? Ethical, Editorial and political problems of moderating news online, can be found here.|




Polis Newsroom Fellowships