Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2023

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Abstract

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This year’s report comes against the backdrop of a global cost-of-living crisis, a continuing war in the heart of Europe, and further climate instability across the world. In this context, a strong supply of accurate, well-funded, independent journalism remains critical, but in many of the countries covered in our survey, we find these conditions challenged by low levels of trust, declining engagement, and an uncertain business environment.

Our report aims to bring new insights on these issues at what is a particularly difficult time for the industry as well as for many ordinary people. We look in more detail what is behind low engagement and selective news avoidance – and we explore public appetites for approaches that might combat this. More specifically, we look at the sources people use to inform themselves about their personal finances and the extent to which different groups find this type of information easy or difficult to understand.

Type of Publication
studies-and-reports
Theme
journalism
Publishing
Reuters Institute
Publishing Date
2023
Language
english
Status
open-access
Authors
Nic Newman; Richard Fletcher; Kirsten Eddy; Craig T. Robertson; Rasmus Kleis Nielsen