Antonis Kalogeropoulos

Antonis Kalogeropoulos

Post:
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Email:
antonis.kalogeropoulos@politics.ox.ac.uk

Antonis Kalogeropoulos is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. He is a co-author of the Digital News Report 2017, a survey of news consumption patterns in 36 countries. He also co-authored a report about attribution of news brands in a distributed media landscape. In 2016, he co-authored a report on online news video production, consumption and monetization patterns. Antonis has used survey and interview data from the Digital News Project to further examine online and social media participation and online news video consumption patterns in a comparative perspective.

Antonis acquired a PhD from the University of Southern Denmark. His doctoral work focused on the effects of exposure to economic news on political attitudes, economic expectations and citizen’s sophistication. His background is in Communications and Mass media (BA from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens) and in Corporate Communications (MSc from the University of Manchester), while he spent a semester as a visiting PhD candidate at the University of Amsterdam. He has published in various outlets including Journalism and the European Journal of Communication. These can be found in his Google Scholar profile.

Kleis Nielsen, R., Kalogeropoulos, A. (2017).  The 2017 Asia-Pacific Supplementary Digital News Report.

Kleis Nielsen, R., Kalogeropoulos, A. (2017). Many Asia-Pacific markets more digitally developed than Europe and North America.

Kalogeropoulos, A., Kleis Nielsen, R. (2017) Who Shares and Comments on News?: A Cross-National Comparative Analysis of Online and Social Media Participation.

Kalogeropoulos, A. (2017) News avoidance varies greatly for country to country.  Why?

Newman, N., Kalogeropoulos, A. (2017) Mapping Online News Discovery for Computer Users in the UK.

Kalogeropoulos, A., Newman, N. (2017) 'I Saw the News on Facebook': Brand Attribution when Accessing News from Distributed Environments.

Kalogeropoulos, A., Kleis Nielsen, R. (2017) Investing in online video news.

Kalogeropoulos, A. (2017) Online News Video Consumption: A comparison of six countries.

Kleis Nielsen, R., Kalogeropoulos, A., Cornia, A. (2016) Challenges and opportunities for news media and journalism in an increasingly digital, mobile and social environment.

Newman, N., Kalogeropoulos, A., Cherubini, F (2016) The Future of Online News Video.

Kalogeropoulos, A., Svensson, H. M., van Dalen, A., de Vreese, C., & Albæk, E. (2015). Are watchdogs doing their business? Media coverage of economic news. Journalism16(8), 993-1009.

Kalogeropoulos, A., Albæk, E., de Vreese, C. H., & van Dalen, A. (2016). News Priming and the Changing Economy: How Economic News Influences Government Evaluations. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, edv048.

Kalogeropoulos, A., Albæk, E., de Vreese, C. H., & Van Dalen, A. (2015). The predictors of economic sophistication: Media, interpersonal communication and negative economic experiences. European Journal of Communication30(4), 385-403.

Kalogeropoulos, A., Cherubini, F., Newman, N., (2016). The Future of Online News Video. ISBN 978-1-907384-21-9 Available at http://digitalnewsreport.org/publications/2016/future-online-news-video/

E. Albæk, A. van Dalen, A. Kalogeropoulos, H. Mølgaard Svensson & C. de Vreese (2014). "Gør vagthunden", in Roger Buch, ed., Hvad er der galt med økonomien – og journalistikkenom den? Aarhus: Forlaget Ajour.