We build programs to meet the needs of journalists and news organizations so they can succeed on the web.
We work with journalists, news organisations and entrepreneurs to drive innovation in the news industry.
The Digital News Innovation Fund supports innovation in journalism for European news organisations. Click here to learn more about the fund, or apply for the next round.
We provide trainings in Google's tools for journalism.
Explore over 40 lessons on Google products and tools, designed specifically for journalists.
The Google News Initiative University Network works with journalism schools around the world to develop best practices and Google’s trainings for journalists.
The Google News Initiative Fellowship offers fellowships across the globe to develop the next generation of digital reporters looking to inform, engage and inspire.
We have worked with SPJ to develop a 'Train the trainer' programme which provides scaled trainings in Google tools to newsrooms, universities and journalists across the United States.
The News Consumer Insights tool is a new dashboard built on top of Google Analytics, which will help news organizations of all sizes understand and segment their audiences with a subscriptions strategy in mind
We conduct research on topics critical to the future of journalism.
We conducted an ethnographic study on how audiences experience VR and what that means for journalism
We conducted a study on the current state of data journalism and the challenges the field faces today.
Since 2013, Google has partnered with the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University to co-sponsor the Digital News Report, an annual report which surfaces new insights on digital news consumption in 26 countries including the US and UK.
The Google News Lab contributed to the expansion of the ICFJ Global Newsroom survey, which sheds light on how news media professionals use digital tools and technology for reporting and storytelling.
The Google News Lab partnered with the ASNE, an organisation focused on leadership development and journalism-related issues, to support their survey on diversity in American newsrooms.