Further Reading

Russia’s fighting a media war, too, with platforms, regulators, and business partners

From ad monetization to cable carriage, there’s a battle going on over the ways Russia gets its messaging out. Most of the international community is treating Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as a gross violation of its sovereignty and international law. (Even the famously neutral Swiss are on board.) But the response being summoned isn’t just about economic sanctions or sending weapons — it’s also happening at the level of media.
Russia’s fighting a media war, too, with platforms, regulators, and business partners
Nieman Lab

Reuters Institute's Twitter threads

Reuters Institute is updating several Twitter threads:
  • A Twitter thread with resources and news articles that may be useful for journalists as Russia attacks Ukraine.
  • A Twitter thread looking at how journalists are documenting war (including context, resources on how to report on the ground).