How do Americans feel after interacting with journalists? How do they feel about the accuracy and fairness of the reporting that comes as a result, and how might it affect people’s overall feelings of trust in the news media?
We at the American Press Institute decided to ask those questions — among many others — in a new study by our Media Insight Project partnership. We conducted twin surveys — one of the U.S. adults and one of journalists — that looked at what the public and the press understand about each other.
The Tennessean’s work to listen to alienated and neglected audiences shows how to start
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At the American Press Institute, we think an important element in re-building trust — or building it for the first time — is to start by listening. We need to hear the real-life concerns and criticisms of our communities, especially those who may feel alienated or neglected.
That was the foundation for a Thought Leader Summit we held in…
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