Audience Engagement = Audience Respect Paid Members Public
When they complain, we should feel some obligation to explain — even if that goes against the grain of the way we have always operated.
Let's talk about trust in journalism Paid Members Public
All the indicators are pointing at one thing: trust in journalism is in catastrophic decline. 2021 has to be the year where we reverse that.
Social & Digital Coffee Break: let's amplify the experts Paid Members Public
When two trade publications hit the headlines, and some worrying insight into the experience of female journalists online.
Countering the understanding gap about what journalism is Paid Members Public
Can we rebuild trust in news without helping people understand what journalism is?
By ignoring gaming, mainstream journalism is eroding trust with younger people Paid Members Public
Are we making a terrible mistake by ignoring games in mainstream journalism?
Building trust in news through transparency Paid Members Public
Ipsita Agarwal, writing back in the summer [https://medium.com/@ipsita/trust-in-news-3c9afc15d3a1]: > There is perhaps a concept to be experimented with where a news publisher builds a news literacy project containing explainers of how some of its best reporting was done — how was the information collected, verified, and presented; who
Journalism is losing the culture war, because it's fighting last century's battles Paid Members Public
When politicians can lie without consequence, our culture of fact-checking does little to stop them.