About FuJo: The DCU Institute for Future Media and Journalism (FuJo) is an interdisciplinary initiative that aims to advance the social and democratic values of journalism in the digital age.

Led by Dr Jane Suiter (director) and Dr Eugenia Siapera (deputy director), FuJo members combine expertise in journalism and digital media as well as related fields across the social sciences, data and computer science, business and ethics. For an overview of FuJo members and their areas of expertise, please visit our members page.

FuJo is guided by a distinguished advisory board with leading representatives of the Irish and international media industry. For an overview of FuJo advisory board members, please visit our advisory board page


FuJo Research: FuJo research provides informed leadership for the news media sector and the academic field through interdisciplinary projects and industry-focused innovations.

FuJo research projects support sustainable and socially valuable journalism by investigating changing contexts of media production and consumption as well as advancing new tools and skills for journalism. Key research areas include digital disruption and innovation, media values, audience trust, and digital literacy.

FuJo works closely with national and international partners – across academic, industry, NGO, and policy sectors – to develop research projects. For more information about FuJo research projects, please see our projects page.

FuJo is a member of the First Draft Partner Network, the Google News Lab University Network, and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland’s Media Literacy Network.