Even in a world where people increasingly get news from social media, the professional news media is still seen as largely to blame for low trust according to a new report from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, which examines the underlying reasons for trust and distrust in the news media (and in social media) across nine countries.
Have you ever stopped to give serious thought to a world without media, libraries and technology? Here are 5 reasons why media are important. #MILCLICKS #TrustinMediaSEE
Journalists in many countries are experimenting with how to build trust and engage with audiences. The study Bridging the Gap: Rebuilding Citizen Trust in the Media, commissioned by Open Society Foundations, profiles organizations that are working to build bridges with their readers, viewers and listeners and deliver relevant news to local audiences.
Facts and opinions in news reporting: Substantiated opinions provide evidence for the claims, while unsubstantiated opinions relate to assumptions, rumors and gossip. Learn more about how to distinguish opinions and facts in the infographic below! #MILCLICKS #TrustinMediaSEE
The main recommendations from the comparative analysis of the Programming Councils of the public service broadcasters of Macedonia, Croatia and Slovenia.
In this Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Factsheet by Rasmus Kleis Nielsen and Lucas Graves, the authors analyse data from 8 focus groups and a survey of online news users to understand audience perspectives on fake news.
The study explores the hate speech phenomenon, examines cases of hate speech throughout Southeast Europe, provides recommendations and describes mechanisms for fighting against and preventing it.
ERGA adopted its Report on the Protection of Minors that provides an overview of protection measures currently used by a wide range of players in the so-called ‘converged audiovisual media landscape’.
Sharing photos, posting comments, playing video games -- these are just a few of the ways that kids interact online. But when sharing goes beyond friends and family, it can be risky.