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Readers Gauge News' Value Based On Person Who Shared It

Whether or not readers trust news they find in their social media feeds has more to do with the person who shared it than with the story’s publisher, new research suggests. “When Americans encounter news on social media, how much they trust the content is determined less by who creates the news than by who shares it,” American Press Institute reports, citing a new experimental study from the Media Insight Project.

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