Exploring Community Trust in News

Presented at Dublin17
May 19, 2017
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Elections in the United States, France and Germany have brought an urgency to better understanding online behavior in news consumption. We’ll have a wide-ranging conversation about this topic with experts from a variety of newsrooms and the First Draft Coalition.


Featuring

Mark Frankel
Social Media Editor, BBC News
Áine Kerr
Manager, Journalism Partnerships, Facebook
Claire Wardle
Research Director, First Draft
Steve Herrmann
Editorial Director, BBC Monitoring, BBC
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