What the Future: A Data-Driven Way Forward for Trust in News

Presented at ONA20
September 30, 2020
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How do we save the Truth? It’s a question that would have been unthinkable and should still be. New global research from the Trust Project and Ipsos examines current public opinion about misinformation, trust in the news and the impact on the future of media. Join us as we release this new, data-driven report.

This session is designed for:

  • Publishers and newsroom leaders looking to earn trust with their audiences
  • Reporters who cover media, political, business and technology topics
  • Everyone who is interested in this critical topic for the future of our profession

Speakers

Sally Lehrman
CEO, The Trust Project
Matt Carmichael
VP, Editorial strategy; Editor, What the Future, Ipsos
Daniel Petty
Digital Director of Audience Development, MediaNews Group
Linda Solomon Wood
CEO, Canada's National Observer
J. Davis Weddi
Digital Producer, SciDev.net
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