Here you find links to related projects and articles, e.g. from news websites that have conducted analyses and experiments with their own user comments. Some articles are only available in German.
|Wikitribune||Wikitribune is led by Jimmy Wales (founder of Wikipedia) who has surrounded himself with an amazing group of people to bring Wikitribune to life.||A new kind of news platform. Wikitribune is a news platform that brings journalists and a community of volunteers together. We want to make sure that you read fact-based articles that have a real impact in both local and global events. And that stories can be easily verified and improved.|
|Coral Project (in development)||A collaboration between the Mozilla Foundation, The New York Times, and The Washington Post. Funded by a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.||Open source project by Mozilla, NYT and Washington Post for organizing import, storage and moderation of (user-generated) content on news websites. Here is an article by NiemanLab about the project.|
|Opinary (in development)||Berlin Startup Opinary (before: Pressekompass)||A tool for showing opinions about a certain (news) topic at one glance. Users can add their own opinion to the map.|
|Sensorjournalismus (in development)||Hamburg based agency OpenDataCity. Funded by the Google Digital News Initiative||The tool aims at generating a perfect news stream – adjusted to time and place – by means of algorithmically analyzed sensor data.|
|Commfort (in development)||Students project developed at the University of Hamburg within the M-Lab project||This app project aims at aggregating and analyzing all user comments of published articles on different social media sites.|
|NiemanLab (in development)||Established in 1938, the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard administers the oldest fellowship program for journalists in the world.||The Nieman Journalism Lab is an attempt to help journalism figure out its future in an Internet age.|
|Detection, evidence and control of hidden propaganda attacks via online media (in development)||University of Münster, TU Braunschweig, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Spiegel Online, Pallas GmbH||Online-propaganda, social-bots, public community, methods of communication science – May 2016 to April 2019 (in German)|