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How to demonstrate trustworthiness with your coronavirus coverage

Newsroom partner The Coloradoan used an editor’s note at the top of their Coronavirus coverage to remind readers of their mission of serving the community.

During the coronavirus outbreak, the Trusting News team has been heartened to see journalists rallying around their communities and producing incredible work. We’ve seen newsrooms discussing how best to serve their audience during a global pandemic. We’ve seen paywalls removed for the health of local communities. We’ve seen journalists working overtime to cover the rapid-fire…




Advice from the Trusting News project team: Follow along as we demystify trust in news and empower journalists to demonstrate credibility and actively earn trust.

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Mollie Muchna

Mollie Muchna

Project Manager, Trusting News + Adjunct, University of Arizona

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