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Horowitz, Minna, Cushion, Stephen, Dragomir, Marius, Gutiérrez Manjón, Sergio and Pantti, Mervi 2021. A framework for assessing the role of public service media organizations in countering disinformation. Digital Journalism 10.1080/21670811.2021.1987948
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Cushion, Stephen, Morani, Marina, Kyriakidou, Maria and Soo, Nikki 2021. (Mis)understanding the coronavirus and how it was handled in the UK: An analysis of public knowledge and the information environment. Journalism Studies 10.1080/1461670X.2021.1950564
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Cushion, Stephen, Morani, Marina, Kyriakidou, Maria and Soo, Nikki 2021. Why media systems matter: A fact-checking study of UK television news during the Coronavirus pandemic. Digital Journalism 10.1080/21670811.2021.1965490
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Cushion, Stephen 2021. Are public service media distinctive from the market? Interpreting the political information environments of BBC and commercial news in the UK. European Journal of Communication 10.1177/02673231211012149
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Cushion, Stephen, McDowell-Naylor, Declan and Thomas, Richard 2021. Why national media systems matter: A longitudinal analysis of how UK left-wing and right-wing alternative media critique mainstream media (2015-2018). Journalism Studies 22 (5) , pp. 633-652. 10.1080/1461670X.2021.1893795
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Kyriakidou, Maria and Cushion, Stephen 2021. Journalistic responses to misinformation. The Routledge Companion to Media Disinformation and Populism, Routledge, (10.4324/9781003004431-55)

McDowell-Naylor, Declan, Thomas, Richard and Cushion, Stephen 2021. Alternative online political media. In: Tumber, Howard and Waisbord, Silvio eds. The Routledge Companion to Media Disinformation and Populism, Routledge, (10.4324/9781003004431-19)

Cushion, Stephen 2021. UK Alternative left media and their criticism of mainstream news: analysing the Canary and Evolve politics. Journalism Practice 10.1080/17512786.2021.1882875
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McDowell-Naylor, Declan, Cushion, Stephen and Thomas, Richard 2021. A typology of alternative online political media in the United Kingdom: A longitudinal content analysis (2015-2018). Journalism
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Cushion, Stephen 2020. Six ways alt-left media legitimatize their criticism of mainstream media: An analysis of The Canary and Evolve Politics (2015-19). Journal of Alternative and Community Media 5 (2) , pp. 153-171. 10.1386/joacm_00081_1
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Morani, Marina, Kyriakidou, Maria, Soo, Nikki and Cushion, Stephen 2020. The 'hospectacle' of reporting from ICUs: what does the public want to see? [Online]. LSE COVID-19 Blog: London School of Economics and Political Science. Available at: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/covid19/2020/05/29/the-hos...
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Kyriakidou, Maria, Morani, Marina, Soo, Nikki and Cushion, Stephen 2020. Government and media misinformation about COVID-19 is confusing the public. [Online]. LSE Blogs: LSE. Available at: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/covid19/2020/05/07/governm...

Soo, Nikki, Morani, Marina, Kyriakidou, Maria and Cushion, Stephen 2020. Research suggests UK public can spot fake news about COVID-19, but don’t realise the UK’s death toll is far higher than in many other countries. [Online]. LSE Blogs: LSE. Available at: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/covid19/2020/04/28/researc...
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Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Justin and Kilby, Allaina 2020. Why context, relevance and repetition matter in news reporting: Interpreting the United Kingdom's political information environment. Journalism 21 (1) , pp. 34-53. 10.1177/1464884917746560
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Cushion, Stephen and Jackson, Daniel 2019. Introduction to special issue about election reporting: Why journalism (still) matters. Journalism 20 (8) , pp. 985-993. 10.1177/1464884919845454
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Cushion, Stephen 2019. PSM Contribution to democracy: News, editorial standards and informed citizenship. In: Połońska, Eva and Beckett, Charlie eds. Public Service Broadcasting and Media Systems in Troubled European Democracies, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 23-39. (10.1007/978-3-030-02710-0_2)
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Lewis, Justin and Cushion, Stephen 2019. Think tanks, television news and impartiality: The ideological balance of sources in BBC programming. Journalism Studies 20 (4) , pp. 480-499. 10.1080/1461670X.2017.1389295
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Thomas, Richard and Cushion, Stephen 2019. Towards an institutional news logic of digital native news media? A case study of buzzfeed's reporting during the 2015 and 2017 UK General Election Campaigns. Digital Journalism 7 (10) , pp. 1328-1345. 10.1080/21670811.2019.1661262
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Cushion, Stephen 2018. Journalism under (ideological) threat: safeguarding and enhancing public service media into the 21st century. Journalism 20 (1) , pp. 69-72. 10.1177/1464884918807036
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Cushion, Stephen 2018. Using public opinion to serve journalistic narratives: Rethinking vox pops and live two-way reporting in five UK election campaigns (2009-2017). European Journal of Communication 33 (6) , pp. 639-656. 10.1177/0267323118793779
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Allan, Stuart, Carter, Cynthia, Cushion, Stephen, Dencik, Lina, Garcia-Blanco, Inaki, Harris, Janet, Sambrook, Richard, Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin and Williams, Andrew, eds. 2018. The future of journalism: risks, threats and opportunities. London and New York: Routledge.

Cushion, Stephen and Beckett, Charlie 2018. Campaign coverage and editorial judgements: broadcasting. In: Cowley, P and Kavanagh, D eds. The British General Election of 2017, Springer, pp. 323-346. (10.1007/978-3-319-95936-8_13)

Cushion, Stephen and Thomas, Richard 2018. Reporting elections: Rethinking the logic of campaign coverage. Contemporary Political Communication, Polity.

Cushion, Stephen, Kilby, Allaina, Thomas, Richard, Morani, Marina and Sambrook, Richard Jeremy 2018. Newspapers, impartiality and television news: intermedia agenda-setting during the 2015 uk general election campaign. Journalism Studies 19 (2) , pp. 162-181. 10.1080/1461670X.2016.1171163
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Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Justin and Callaghan, Robert 2017. Data journalism, impartiality and statistical claims: towards more independent scrutiny in news reporting. Journalism Practice 11 (10) , pp. 1198-1215. 10.1080/17512786.2016.1256789
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Cushion, Stephen and Lewis, Justin 2017. Impartiality, statistical tit-for tats and the construction of balance: UK television news reporting of the 2016 EU referendum campaign. European Journal of Communication 32 (3) , pp. 208-223. 10.1177/0267323117695736
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Cushion, Stephen and Thomas, Richard 2017. From quantitative precision to qualitative judgements: professional perspectives about the impartiality of television news during the 2015 UK General Election. Journalism 20 (3) , pp. 392-409. 10.1177/1464884916685909
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Cushion, Stephen, Thomas, Richard, Kilby, Allaina, Morani, Marina and Sambrook, Richard Jeremy 2016. Interpreting the media logic behind editorial decisions: Television News Coverage of the 2015 U.K. General Election Campaign. International Journal of Press/Politics 21 (4) , pp. 472-489. 10.1177/1940161216664726
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Wahl-Jorgensen, K, Williams, A, Sambrook, R, Harris, J, Garcia-Blanco, I, Dencik, L, Cushion, S, Carter, C and Allan, S 2016. The future of journalism: risks, threats and opportunities. Journalism Studies 17 (7) , pp. 801-807. 10.1080/1461670X.2016.1199486
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Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin, Williams, Andy, Sambrook, Richard Jeremy, Harris, Janet, Garcia-Blanco, Inaki, Dencik, Lina, Cushion, Stephen, Carter, Cynthia and Allan, Stuart 2016. Introduction: The future of journalism: risks, threats and opportunities. Digital Journalism 4 (7) , pp. 809-815. 10.1080/21670811.2016.1199469
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Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin, Williams, Andy, Sambrook, Richard Jeremy, Harris, Janet, Garcia-Blanco, Inaki, Dencik, Lina, Cushion, Stephen, Carter, Cynthia and Allan, Stuart 2016. Introduction: the future of journalism: risks, threats and opportunities. Journalism Practice 10 (7) , pp. 808-814. 10.1080/17512786.2016.1199485
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Cushion, Stephen and Sambrook, Richard Jeremy, eds. 2016. The future of 24 hour news: new directions, new challenges. Peter Lang.

Cushion, Stephen and Thomas, Richard 2016. Reporting different second order elections: A comparative analysis of the 2009 and 2013 local and EU elections on public and commercial UK television news bulletins. British Politics 11 (2) , pp. 164-183. 10.1057/bp.2015.26
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Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Rachel and Rodger, Hugh 2015. Adopting or resisting 24-hour news logic on evening bulletins? the mediatization of UK television news 1991-2012. Journalism 16 (7) , pp. 866-883. 10.1177/1464884914550975
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Cushion, Stephen, Thomas, Richard and Ellis, Oliver 2015. Interpreting UKIP's 'earthquake' in British politics: UK television news coverage of the 2009 and 2014 EU election campaigns. The Political Quarterly 86 (2) , pp. 314-322. 10.1111/1467-923X.12169
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Sambrook, Richard Jeremy and Cushion, Stephen 2015. Election coverage: how the parties and leaders are faring on television. The Guardian 2015 (12 Apr)
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Cushion, Stephen 2015. News and politics: The rise of live and interpretive journalism. Communication and Society, Abingdon and New York: Routledge.

Cushion, Stephen and Franklin, Robert 2015. Public service broadcasting: markets and 'vulnerable values' in broadcast and print journalism. In: Coleman, Stephen, Moss, Giles and Parry, Katy eds. Can the Media Serve Democracy? Essays in Honour of Jay G. Blumler, London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 63-75.
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Cushion, Stephen 2015. Injecting immediacy into media logic: re(interpreting) the mediatizaton of politics on UK television newscasts 1991-2013. Javnost/The Public 21 (3) , pp. 39-54. 10.1080/13183222.2014.11073410
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Cushion, Stephen, Thomas, Richard and Ellis, Oliver 2015. The mediatization of second-order elections and party launches: UK television news reporting of the 2014 European Union campaign. International Journal of Communication 9 , pp. 1523-1543.
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Cushion, Stephen, Roger, Hugh and Lewis, Rachel 2014. Comparing levels of mediatization in television journalism: an analysis of political reporting on US and UK evening news bulletins. International Communication Gazette 76 (6) , pp. 443-463. 10.1177/1748048514533860
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Blumler, Jay and Cushion, Stephen 2014. Normative perspectives on journalism studies: Stock-taking and future directions. Journalism 15 (3) , pp. 259-272. 10.1177/1464884913498689
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Cushion, Stephen, Aalberg, Toril and Thomas, Richard 2014. Towards a rolling news logic in fixed time bulletins? A comparative analysis of journalistic interventions in the US, UK and Norway. European Journal of Communication 29 (1) , pp. 100-109. 10.1177/0267323113504373
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Cushion, Stephen 2013. Assessing, measuring and applying ‘public value tests’ beyond new media: Interpreting impartiality and plurality in debates about journalism standards. In: Barkho, Leon ed. From Theory to Practice: How to Assess and Apply Impartiality in News and Current Affairs, Chicago: Chicago University Press, pp. 49-68.

Cushion, Stephen and Thomas, Richard 2013. The mediatization of politics: Interpreting the value of live vs. edited journalistic interventions in UK television news bulletins. The International Journal of Press/Politics 18 (3) , pp. 360-380. 10.1177/1940161213484522

Cushion, Stephen 2013. Do public service media (still) matter? Evaluating the supply, quality, and the impact of television news in Western Europe. In: Kuhn, Raymond and Nielsen, Rasmus Kleis eds. Political Journalism in Transition: Western Europe in a Comparative Perspective, Reuters Challenges, Oxford: I. B. Tauris, pp. 151-170.

Cushion, Stephen 2012. The democratic value of news: Why public service media matter. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren and Ramsay, Gordon Neil 2012. The impact of interventionist regulation in reshaping news agendas: A comparative analysis of public and commercially funded television journalism. Journalism 13 (7) , pp. 831-849. 10.1177/1464884911431536

Cushion, Stephen 2012. Television journalism. Journalism Studies: Key Texts, London: SAGE Publications.

Bromley, Michael and Cushion, Stephen 2011. Media fundamentalism: the immediate response of the UK national press to terrorism-from 9/11 to 7/7. In: Zelizer, Barbie and Allan, Stuart eds. Journalism after September 11 2nd ed, Communication and Society, London ; New York: Routledge, pp. 212-2311.

Moore, Kerry, Jewell, John and Cushion, Stephen 2011. Media representations of black young men and boys: Report of the REACH media monitoring project. [Project Report]. London: Crown. Available at: http://lx.iriss.org.uk/sites/default/files/resourc...
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Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin, Cushion, Stephen, Williams, Andy, Guerra, Simona, Garcia-Blanco, Inaki and Tsagalas, Dimitrios 2010. Diversity and the European public sphere: The case of United Kingdom. [Project Report]. Online Country Report, vol. 17. EUROSPHERE. Available at: http://eurospheres.org/files/2010/06/UK.pdf
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Cushion, Stephen and Lewis, Justin, eds. 2010. The rise of 24 Hour news television: Global perspectives. Oxford: Peter Lang.

Garcia-Blanco, Inaki and Cushion, Stephen 2010. A partial Europe without citizens or EU-level political institutions: How far can Euronews constitute a European public sphere? Journalism Studies 11 (3) , pp. 393-411. 10.1080/14616700903378653

Cushion, Stephen 2010. Rolling service, market logic: the race to be "Britain's most watched news channel". In: Cushion, Stephen and Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren eds. The Rise of 24-Hour News Television: Global Perspectives, New York: Peter Lang,

Cushion, Stephen and Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren 2010. Introduction: what is 24-hour news television? In: Cushion, Stephen and Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren eds. The Rise of 24-Hour News Television: Global Perspectives, Global Perspectives, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 1-14.

Cushion, Stephen 2010. Three phases of 24-hour news television. In: Cushion, Stephen and Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren eds. The Rise of 24-Hour News Television: Global Perspectives, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 15-30.

Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren and Ramsay, Gordon 2010. Four nations impartiality review follow-up: An analysis of reporting devolution. [Project Report]. London: BBC Trust Publications. Available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbctrust/our_work/services/te...

Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren and Groves, Christopher Robert 2009. Prioritizing hand-shaking over policy-making: A study of how the 2007 devolved elections was reported on BBC UK network coverage. Cyfrwng: Media Wales Journal 6 , pp. 7-32.

Cushion, Stephen and Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren 2009. Towards a 'Foxification' of 24-hour news channels in Britain?: An analysis of market-driven and publicly funded news coverage. Journalism 10 (2) , pp. 131-153. 10.1177/1464884908100598

Cushion, Stephen 2009. Discouraging citizenship? Young people's reactions to news media coverage of anti-Iraq war protesting in the UK. Young: Nordic Journal of Youth Research 17 (2) , pp. 123-143. 10.1177/110330880901700202

Cushion, Stephen, Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren and Groves, Christopher Robert 2009. Reflecting the four nations? An analysis of reporting devolution on UK network news media. Journalism Studies 10 (5) , pp. 655-671. 10.1080/14616700902797242
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Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren and Cushion, Stephen 2009. The thirst to be first: An analysis of breaking news stories and their impact on the quality of 24 hour news coverage in the UK. Journalism Practice 3 (3) , 304- 318. 10.1080/17512780902798737

Cushion, Stephen 2009. From tabloid hack to broadcast journalist: which news sources are the most trusted? Journalism Practice 3 (4) , pp. 472-481. 10.1080/17512780903259358

Garcia-Blanco, Inaki and Cushion, Stephen 2009. Constructing Europe and European citizenship? A study of Euronews and the democratic implications of their journalistic practices. Presented at: MeCCSA Conference 2009, National Media Museum, Bradford, Wed 14 – Fri 16 January 2009.

Cushion, Stephen 2009. Reflecting the four nations? An analyis of reporting devolution on UK network news media. Presented at: MeCCSA Conference, Bradford University, 2009.

Cushion, Stephen 2009. “The truants take to the streets”: Young people, politics and citizenship in the UK. Media & Jornalismo 11

Cushion, Stephen 2008. Truly International? A content analysis of journalism: theory, practice and criticism and journalism studies. Journalism Practice 2 (2) , pp. 280-293. 10.1080/17512780801999477

Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren, Cushion, Stephen, Groves, Christopher, Bennett, Lucy, Reardon, Sally, Wilkins, Emma and Williams, Rebecca 2008. Four Nations Impartiality Review: An analysis of reporting devolution. [Project Report]. Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbctrust/assets/files/pdf/rev...

Cushion, Stephen 2007. Protesting their apathy? An analysis of British press coverage of young anti Iraq war protestors. Journal of Youth Studies 10 (4) , pp. 419-437.

Cushion, Stephen 2007. “On the beat” or in the classroom: Where and how is journalism studied? Journalism Practice 1 (3) , pp. 421-434. 10.1080/17512780701505234

Cushion, Stephen 2007. Rich media, poor journalists: Journalists’ salaries. Journalism Practice 1 (1) , pp. 120-129. 10.1080/17512780601078910

Cushion, Stephen 2006. Refashioning youth citizenship: Hoodies, the anti-Iraq war movement and press coverage in Wales. Cyfrwng: Media Wales Journal 3 , pp. 107-122.

Cushion, Stephen, Franklin, Robert Arthur and Court, Geoff 2006. Citizens, readers and local newspaper coverage of the UK 2005 General Election. Javnost 13 (1) , pp. 41-60.

Lewis, Justin Matthew Wren, Cushion, Stephen and Thomas, James 2005. Immediacy, convenience or engagement? An analysis of 24-hour news channels in the UK. Journalism Studies 6 (4) , pp. 461-477. 10.1080/14616700500250362

Thomas, James, Cushion, Stephen and Jewell, John 2004. Stirring up apathy? Political disengagement and the media in the 2003 Welsh Assembly elections. Journal of Public Affairs 4 (4) , pp. 355-363. 10.1002/pa.198

Thomas, James, Jewell, John and Cushion, Stephen 2004. The media and the 2003 Welsh Assembly elections. Representation: The Journal of Representative Democracy 40 (4) , pp. 281-287. 10.1080/00344890408523277

Thomas, James, Jewell, John and Cushion, Stephen 2003. The National Assembly for Wales elections 2003: The official report and results. [Project Report]. London: The Electoral Commission. Available at: http://http://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/__dat...

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