Carlos Brenes Peralta defended his Phd

Last week Tuesday (19/09), Carlos Brenes Peralta successfully defended his Phd “Two Sides to Every Story: Causes and Consequences of Selective Exposure to Balanced Political Information”. For a press release of his study, click here. Congratulations Dr. Carlos!

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Talks this week: eye-tracking, fake news & German election campaigns

Last Friday, Judith Möller was invited to present her research at the annual EPRA meeting of European media regulatory authorities in Edinburgh. Sanne Kruikemeier gave a talk about eye-tracking and online news consumption at the Dutch online news platform Blendle. On May 11, she also gave a short lecture and participated in a discussion about news consumption and fake…

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Past talks & public debate today: Who controls the algorithms?

Today, Sanne Kruikemeier will speak at SPUI25 about some of the findings from the personalised project. The event: “Who controls the algorithms?” starts at 17.00 and you can still sign up here! The panel of speakers also includes Marleen Elshof, Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius, and Balázs Bodó. Moreover, Claes de Vreese gave a keynote this morning at ProDemos at their Annual Inspiration…

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