What makes a news story trustworthy? Americans point to the outlet that publishes it, sources cited
Americans see a variety of factors as important when it comes to deciding whether a news story is trustworthy or not, but their attitudes vary by party affiliation, demographic characteristics and news consumption habits, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey. Souce: Pew Research Center. Read all the paper.
Will remote working digital infrastructures become the norm?
Working at one of the world’s leading social sciences universities, we are now taking part ourselves as subjects. A global experiment of communicating almost entirely through the use of digital infrastructures is unfolding. I study the innovation dynamics and impact of digital infrastructures, so the current situation offers an opportunity for reflection. Source: The London School of Economics and Political Science. Read all the paper.
Artificial intelligence system could help counter the spread of disinformation
Why Americans Hate the Media
Why has the media establishment become so unpopular? Perhaps the public has good reason to think that the media's self-aggrandizement gets in the way of solving the country's real problems. Source: The Atlantic. Read all the paper.
19 examples of how journalists around the world innovated to cover COVID-19
Through their work, the news media has attempted to hold governments to account and translate public health information into a format that audiences can make sense of and apply to their daily lives. Source: Medium. Read all the paper.