Trust in media

RISJ Digital News Report 2024: Three essential points for your newsroom

Top insights about paying for news, audiences' views on AI, social and video platforms, user needs and trust in news

Posted by Jacob Granger on 17/06/24

RISJ Digital News Report 2024: Five trends to watch in the UK

When it comes to the news, Britons are reluctant to pay for it, worn out by it and are not sold on the idea of AI helping it (yet)

Posted by Jacob Granger on 17/06/24

The Journalism Trust Initiative is rewarding transparent and trustworthy news

The Reporters Without Borders' scheme is working on new ways to support news practices - find out how your newsroom can reap the rewards

Posted by Jacob Granger on 31/05/24

Building trust during 2024 elections with live-blogging and fact-checking

Voters are heading to the ballot box at a time when they are turning away from the news

Posted by Naomi Owusu on 06/02/24

New blockchain verification tool to help fight the use of deep fakes in elections

As fears around synthetic content rise, this new AI-powered tech allows newsrooms establish the authenticity of digital images and videos

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 18/01/24

Trust is not a "useless metric" - we just need to understand it better

Different audiences have different criteria for news organisations to meet in order to be trusted. It is up to us to find out what those requirements are

Posted by Patrick Johnson on 15/01/24

News for All explores how journalism can fix its trust issues

"Marginalised people and communities regard the impact of journalism’s 'public service' in the same way as they regard the police - as an arm of the state, having a profoundly negative impact on their lives"

Posted by Shirish Kulkarni and Hannah Clawson on 02/01/24

What do young audiences really need from the news?

Newsrooms must develop products and relationships with Gen Z and Gen Alpha just like tech companies and social platforms who figured that out long ago

Posted by Jacob Granger on 05/12/23

Newsrewired throwback: What you learned at our previous digital journalism conference

What are the biggest challenges facing newsrooms? Our audience shared their thoughts and takeaways from our last flagship media event

Posted by Camille Dupont and Jacob Granger on 10/11/23

Learning to explain well, with BBC News presenter Ros Atkins (part two)

How to be better at pitching stories and projects, asking audiences to trust you, and communicating with your colleagues

Posted by Jacob Granger on 21/09/23

Noon founder Eleanor Mills: "Women don't have a sell-by date"

The publication for women in their 50s shows that understanding the needs of an underserved community can turn a niche website into a profitable media business

Posted by Jacob Granger on 12/09/23

Reuters tests new blockchain tool to authenticate images

As concerns around AI-generated fake images rise, the news agency pilots a programme for capturing, storing and verifying real photos

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 04/09/23

Six credibility markers for journalists and news sites

In an age of AI-generated rubbish, how can you assure your readers you are who you say you are?

Posted by Jacob Granger on 10/07/23

Building a better future for public interest news

The News Futures 2035 project brought together more than 300 experts in search of better ways to supply sustainable, trustworthy news in the UK

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 29/06/23

How to future-proof your newsroom with AI

FT Strategies shares expert tips on using artificial intelligence to newsrooms’ advantage and counter threats it poses to journalism

Posted by Marcela Kunova on 20/06/23

Digital News Report 2023: trust, news avoidance and interest in the news

News leaders at BBC News, The News Movement and Reuters discuss the major challenges facing modern newsrooms. Being on social media is a given; rewiring journalism is the next step

Posted by Jacob Granger on 15/06/23

Digital News Report 2023: Five trends to watch in the UK

Subscriptions, podcasting, platforms, the BBC and trust in the media are all under the microscope in this year's landmark global news study

Posted by Jacob Granger on 14/06/23

Sponsored article: Securing loyal online audiences through live-blogging

The Austrian Press Agency and Süddeutsche Zeitung explain how they are using the Tickaroo platform to earn the trust of readers through the fastest medium of news and storytelling

Posted by Jacob Granger and Naomi Owusu on 05/06/23

Countering news avoidance: focus on relevance and value

When half of the population are avoiding the news, the best cure is to give them a stake in the stories and news outlets that matter most to them

Posted by Jacob Granger on 24/05/23

Newsrewired special: Thinking of audience trust as a marketing problem

A powerful mission can only get you so far, says Jakub Parusinski at Kyiv Independent. To keep growing, you must focus on relevance, value and personalisation

Posted by Jacob Granger on 24/05/23

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