"My feeling is it's a blip and we'll see that stabilize in the next wave," predicts Advertiser Perceptions' Sarah Bolton, who has been tracking ad exec concerns about trust in advertising and
The Google News Initiative is working with the American Journalism Project to find U.S.-based founders with innovative ideas that can advance local news online.
But there are stark differences between Republicans and Democrats, and different age groups.
GroupM's business intelligence team called out analysts and journalists for focusing on not-so-good news, while ignoring indicators of healthy ad growth: "It's almost like they prefer to report bad
Opinions among journalists vary based on how they view "misinformation," while opinions among average Americans vary based on their trust in news.
Twitter ranked highest for journalists conducting work-related tasks, but scored only 13% among social platforms where the general public receives news. Politically, Facebook was much more popular
among journalists with a right-leaning vs. left-leaning audience, while Instagram was two times as popular for journalists with a left-leaning audience. Twitter ranked more equally as a top news site
among journalists on both sides of the political spectrum -- coming in at 75% with a left-leaning audience and 66% with a right-leaning one.
Statehouse press corps have grown as nonprofit news organizations emerge to fill the gap created by the decline in commercial newspapers and organizations shift reporters to more part-time statehouse
The biggest factor influencing the outcome of elections is stupidity, not the economy. The No. 1 reason? The dissolution of professional journalism and growth of -- how should I say this -- less
rigorous sources of validated information. The progression began with the shift toward digital media, and the fact that anyone could publish a site, a blog, or a social media post, but according to
an exhaustive study released this morning by the Pew Research Center, more Americans get their political and/or election news from a website, app or social media than from traditional journalistic
media like TV, radio or print.
It's the ultimate pyrrhic victory. It's leading in Google searches, but advertisers are blocking COVID-19 stories.
A "Press Gazette" poll of more than 1,000 people found that 70% do not think journalists are doing a good job of holding the Government to account on COVID-19.
The UK has slipped two places down the World Press Freedom Index to 35th place, largely due to events in Northern Ireland where Lyra McKee was murdered while covering unrest in Derry and two
journalists were improperly arrested after probing police links with terrorists. The pair recently spent a year on bail without being charged for any offence, "The Guardian" writes.
Publishers of journalism worldwide give the highest marks to Twitter for combating misinformation and/or disinformation, according to the 2020 edition of an annual study by the Reuters Institute and
the University of Oxford.
Pew Research projects 32 million Hispanics will be eligible to vote in 2020 -- just over 13% of all eligible U.S. voters. Noticias Telemundo has revamped its political coverage to help reach them.
Yes, Brits are worried by fake news but with so much quality journalism provided free, why subscribe?
Nearly two in three Brits are worried about fake news, YouGov figures show, but only 15% are prepared to pay for fact-checked journalism published by a reputable site, "Press Gazette" reports.
"Press Gazette" reveals that the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism has opened up applications for six fellowship positions. Applicants will need to detail the subject they want to
intensely research over a three-month period to stand a chance of winning a place on the programme.
Contrary to proclamations about "fake news," more Americans believe the government, tech industry leaders and even religious leaders act unethically most or some of the time more than journalists do.
That's the latest finding from Pew Research Center's ongoing tracking of Americans' sentiment about a variety of civics matters.
On the day of circulation, "The Blank Page" spread ample awareness, driving an increase of traffic to the paper's website that surpassed the average visits by 16.6%.
Quality content gives a boost to advertising, according to research from the World Media Group and Moat. As "Campaign" reports, the research shows the in-view rate for quality content is 27% higher on
desktop and 32% higher on the mobile web.
Three in four journalists are worried about the future of their profession, according to new research in "Press Gazette."
Reporters believe shrinking newsrooms and low-quality output are huge issues for publishing.
The Local Media Consortium and Local Media Association recently announced results from their first Branded Content Project, which details how local media approaches and profits from sponsored
Trint is the brainchild of reporter and former foreign correspondent Jeff Kofman. He describes it as a new way to navigate audio and video, which converts spoken words into searchable, editable and
According to the latest research from the Reuters Institute at Oxford University 70% of Brits are concerned about fake news online which is prompting one in four to focus on more reputable sources of
information. However, the BBC reports, just 9% are currently paying for news. This is nearly half the proportion of Americans who have decided to subscribe to quality news titles.
Americans consider "made-up news" a serious problem, ranking it ahead of violent crime and just behind U.S. economic disparity, but they don't blame journalists for it, according to an important piece
of benchmark research released today by the Pew Research Center. While most Americans don't blame journalists for the proliferation of "fake news," a majority believe journalists are most responsible
for fixing the problem.
While the UK has risen slightly up the World Press Freedom Index from Reporters Without Borders (RWB), the US has slipped into the "problematic" category. The UK's rise is explained by "The Guardian"
as the government not forcing publishers to pay both sets of costs in libel cases, while President Trump's regime is identified for the dip in the USA's ranking.
With the new product, TechCrunch is offering additional content, coverage, product and events around entrepreneurship and the startup industry to paying members.
Facebook and display are being questioned, as publishers decide that subscriptions are the best way to fund quality output.
The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism is predicting a dire year for journalists and social media companies. "Press Gazette" reports the Institute believes there will be a high level of
redundancies for journalists in the year ahead and that regulators will catch up with the social media giants.
A YouGov survey has found that just 2% of Brits completely trust journalists to tell the truth, "Press Gazette" reports. Readers who voted Leave in the EU referendum are more likely to mistrust
journalists than those who voted to Remain.