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Online Credibility Survey 网络新闻可信度调查  

2008-05-02 11:04:54|  分类: 媒介与传播 Mediu |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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April 8, 2008 · Share This · Comment

An overwhelming majority of editors and the public agrees that local news content online is trustworthy, but the two groups disagree on whether anonymous postings should be allowed on news websites, according to a new study from the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI), in partnership with the Associated Press Managing Editors (APME).

Top  findings include:

? An overwhelming majority of editors and the public agreed that the local news content online was trustworthy, with editors saying so more significantly than the public, largely due to their professional training and experiences. Nearly 75% of the public users of online local news and 74% of the editors trusted the news organization’s news report online the same as in print or broadcast.

? Both groups agreed that it is important that journalists verify information, get the facts right, and correct mistakes in order to produce good journalism online. They also agreed that it would be beneficial to good journalism online that both journalists and the public share responsibility for accuracy of local news contents on a news site.

? Disagreement was evident between editors and online local news users on whether anonymous postings should be allowed on news websites. The editors voiced a stronger desire than the public for readers to give their real identities in their posts. More than 60% of the editors said it would be harmful to good journalism online to invite users to participate without using their real identities, compared to 45% of the users saying so.

Similarly, 64% of the editors thought it was a bad idea, and 24% a good idea when asked “do you think it is a good idea or bad idea that a website does not require names?” In comparison, 45% of the public thought it was a good idea, and 40% a bad idea.

? Comparing the trustworthiness of what was online with that of the sponsoring news organization, 74% of the editors and 75% of the public were indifferent. Nearly one fourth of the editors (24%) trusted print newspaper more, compared to 15% of the public.

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To download the original report pls click the link: http://www.cyberjournalist.net/online-credibility-survey/

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