Journalism’s trust problem is about money, not politics
June 30, 2024
Jacob L. Nelson
Salt Lake City, UT, USA

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Journalism faces a credibility crisis. Only 32% of Americans report having “a great deal” or “fair amount” of trust in news reporting – a historical low.  Journalists generally assume that their lack of credibility is a result of what people believe to be reporters’ and editors’ political bias. So they believe the key to improving public trust is to banish any traces of political bias from their reporting.

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