Ethics and Trust

ONA21

Fact-Checking During the Pandemic: How Facebook Partners with Global Fact-Checkers to Tackle Misinformation

  • Aaron Sharockman
  • Keren Goldshlager
  • Moderated by Baybars Örsek

A conversation with Facebook and PolitiFact, moderated by International Fact-Checking Network Director Baybars Örsek, about how fact-checkers and Facebook addressed...

ONA21

Flacks ‘n Hacks: Re-Establishing Trust Between Journalists, Corporate Storytellers, and News Consumers

  • Jon Amar
  • Gregg Castano
  • Shandra Naegle
  • Moderated by Shandra Naegle

The last five years of polarization, media bashing, and misinformation have led to unprecedented levels of media distrust. This distrust has been compounded by shrinking...

ONA21

Leading a Newsroom with Trust at the Center

  • Moderated by Lorie Hearn

In today’s fraught news environment, building trust is journalism’s guiding star — but a newsroom with trust at the center is about more than greater transparency and...

ONA21

What Do Users Want? New Insights From Qualitative Research By The Trust Project

  • Willa Crolius
  • Charity Brown
  • Moderated by Sally Lehrman

Emotion and trust in news are tightly linked, and not necessarily in ways we might expect. Learn from the Trust Project’s latest research on its 8 Trust Indicators, which show...

COVID-19 Misinformation Playbook

In late 2020, a group of reporters and editors from around the globe convened as part of the Online News Association’s Community Circles program. The journalists and editors...

Information Equity Database

Graphic Credit: Brian Mains, WCPO Channel 9 The #ONAinfoequity database provides resources for journalists to engage communities that are typically under- or misrepresented in...

ONA20

Correct the Misunderstandings That Drive Some Attitudes About Journalism

  • Lynn Walsh

Most non-journalists don’t know how journalists do their jobs. And why should they? We don’t do a great job of explaining it. Learn how you can correct misassumptions...

ONA20

Cover Your Assets: How Not to Get Hacked and Other Essential Security Tips

  • Megan Stifel
  • Runa Sandvik
  • Ahana Datta
  • Julian Hayda

With every new tool to help report the news, there may also come new vulnerabilities that foreign actors among others can leverage to sow distrust in journalists, the Internet,...

ONA20

Earn Trust to Help You Survive and Thrive Financially (and Retain Subscribers!)

  • Joy Mayer

Journalism costs money. Have you talked about this with your users? Do they know why supporting you is important to the communities you serve? Talking about your value is an...