Webinar: How Journalists can Rebuild Trust

Journalists believe that more facts get us closer to the truth, and that the way to make society stronger is by spotlighting what’s wrong. Many Americans disagree. 

New research by the Media Insight Project shows us how to adjust our mix of stories, reframe our coverage, and write headlines to reach people who don’t fully embrace journalism values. Join the National Press Club Tuesday, May 25 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. MT to learn new ways to build trust with the communities your journalism is failing to reach. 

This virtual program is accessible to the press and public at no cost, but registration is required.

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