The Guardian is going to date stamp news stories over 12 months old with the year of publication to limit the sharing of misinformation, BBC News has reported. I’m sure you’ve seen people sharing news stories and expressing their views on your timelines, only to click on the story and find it’s from years ago.… Read More Guardian takes a stance to battle misinformation
We Are Social and Hootsuite recently released their annual Global Digital Report looking at internet usage and trends worldwide. The headlines There are now 4.39 billion internet users worldwide. Unsurprisingly, it’s on the rise, up 366 million compared to January 2018. There are 5.11 billion unique mobile users, up 2% from last year (sounds small,… Read More What are 4 billion people doing online?
Earlier this year, Edelman released its 19th annual trust barometer report – a survey of over 33,000 respondents in 27 countries measuring their trust across a number of institutions and organisations. ‘My employer’ topped the table as the most trusted institution with 75% trust, significantly more than NGOs (57%), business (56%) and media (47%). But… Read More What does the Edelman Trust Barometer mean for Public Relations?
Cision recently released its 2018 Global State of the Media Report, a look at the trends and topics affecting PR, journalism and media.… Read More Accuracy over exclusivity
The latest report from RAJAR has revealed that 89% of UK adults tuned into their selected radio stations each week in the third quarter of 2018. This brings the total average number of weekly hours listened to the radio for this quarter to 1.026 billion. Furthermore, 27% of adults claim to listen to live radio… Read More 89% of adults listen to the radio each week
The 2018 Edelman Trust Barometer has hit the headlines, with figures showing trust in the media has fallen below 50% in 22 of the 28 countries surveyed. What’s more: “A remarkable 63% of the 33,000 respondents to Edelman’s 18th annual global survey said they no longer knew how to tell good journalism from rumour or… Read More Credibility, clarity and trust: my views on the Edelman Trust Barometer