World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers

Study: traditional media trusted by readers more than social

World News Publishing Focus

World News Publishing Focus
Your Guide to the Changing Media Landscape

Study: traditional media trusted by readers more than social

However, the writers of the report warned that there is “profound scepticism” of news media in the covered countries, the Financial Times reported.

Among other findings of the report is that social media as a source of news has stopped growing in most countries, apart from the US and the UK, where the ratio of people who get news from social media is still growing.

Further highlights regarding social media use for news can be found here, and the full report is available here.


Teemu Henriksson's picture

Teemu Henriksson


2017-06-22 13:11

Author information

The news publishing industry is experiencing transformation at an ever-growing pace, with new policy issues arising as the landscape changes.

We will be examining policy discussions that will define the news publishing environment of the future, the key topics being internet governance, privacy and copyright. Click here to learn more about our work.

WAN-IFRA Media Policy team and experts.

© 2020 WAN-IFRA - World Association of News Publishers

Footer Navigation