Audience Behavior and Discussion of News

Presented at Dublin17
May 19, 2017
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Recent conversations about trust in news are often missing an important component: a fuller understanding of how audiences interact with and discuss news pieces. Our experts will discuss recent research, offering attendees a first-time look at changing news consumption habits, sharing practices, how people talk about news in closed communities and other critical insights.


Speakers

Sara Gorman
Founder & CEO, Critica
Padraic Ryan
Senior News Journalist, News Projects Coordinator, Storyful
Eugenia Siapera
Senior Lecturer, School of Communications, Dublin City University
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