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“Media as Watchdogs of Public Interest” Workshop in Skopje

ournalists and editors from 8 media outlets in Macedonia participated in the workshop organised as a part of a media literacy programme MAMIL run by the School of Journalism and Public Relations (SJPR) and...

Transcending the Internet Hate Game with Dylan Marron (Podcast)

This podcast from the Center for Human Technology explores the “outrage game” that social media platforms foster and includes an interview with Dylan Marron, author of “Conversations with People Who Hate Me.” This is...

Kosovo, fake news and politics

An unsigned and suspicious article, featured on the website of the Kosovar public broadcaster in the middle of the last election campaign, resparked the debate in Pristina on the use of false news as...

“We can’t ignore misinformation. What happens online is real and affects what happens offline”

Gaëlle Faure discusses her work as digital verification editor at AFP As a digital verification editor, Gaëlle Faure is a part of AFP’s digital verification team, which is made up of more than 100 journalists around...

Types, sources, and claims of COVID-19 misinformation

This factsheet we identifies some of the main types, sources, and claims of COVID-19 misinformation seen so far. Researchers analysed a sample of 225 pieces of misinformation rated false or misleading by fact-checkers and...

What journalists should know when reporting on conspiracy theories

As much as journalists may want to ignore conspiracy theories and the figures behind them, it would be irresponsible to do so. It is similarly irresponsible, however, to platform and legitimize perspectives that are...

Lifting Journalism by Knowing What Readers Are Looking For

Claudio E. Cabrera of the New York Times, who specializes in search engine optimization, describes how he keeps track of what’s hot in search and how that informs coverage — and what the limits...

(PODCAST) ‘Restoring Trust: how do we tackle the crisis in public information?’

Speaker(s): James Ball, Professor Charlie Beckett, Sophie Gaston | The LSE Truth, Trust and Technology Commission is working with experts, practitioners and the public to identify structural causes of media misinformation and set out...

False news travels 6 times faster on Twitter than truthful news

False information spreads much faster and farther than the truth on Twitter-and although it is tempting to blame automated “bot” programs for this, human users are more at fault. SOURCE: PBS News Hour

What can be done about fake news? (PODCAST)

Fake news has taken the world and especially America by storm, and in this episode, LSE talks with two academics who are part of LSE’s effort to define and address this threat to society....