Nieman Foundation at Harvard
You’re more likely to believe fake news shared by someone you barely know than by your best friend
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Substack / Richard J. Tofel / Jan 25, 2024
“The first thing to remember in talking to your own newsroom is that it is full of professional skeptics. So, where obfuscation is rarely an effective communications technique with anyone, it’s especially unwise when talking to reporters and editors. They will smell it, and either pounce (if they think they can) or just trust you less.” LO
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