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Plus: How participatory journalism became a taken-for-granted norm, how news use can help mitigate misinformation beliefs, and the limits of live fact-checking.
Plus: The trouble with journalists’ involvement in news literacy programs, soft news as a gateway to propaganda, and social media editors between news and marketing.
Plus: What people expect from podcasts as a form of journalism, improving reporting on suicide saves lives, and the important role of Google Knowledge Panels in cueing confidence in news organizations.
Plus: Exploring why women leave the news industry, the effects of opinion labels, and susceptibility to disinformation.
Plus: studies on race in the newsroom, hostility from sources, and why it’s hard to build a subscription habit.
Plus: How news organizations work to repair their histories of racism, media criticism on TikTok, and what news consumers think about fact-checking
Plus: A more nuanced picture of misinformation on less-moderated platforms like Telegram, and a strategy for how journalists can transform “fake news” attacks into teaching moments for news literacy.
Plus: The role of class in news avoidance, how local party leaders use partisan media, and what native advertising studios say to sell their work.
Plus: How newsroom ideology affects slant in the news, why burned-out/overworked reporters are quitting — and is the inverted pyramid still the way to tell stories online?
Plus: Sadness-based news sharing, why journalists see audiences as more conservative than they are, and journalists’ community-building on Instagram.