Study: Journalists need help covering misinformation
In a new study conducted by the Institute for the Future, a California-based nonprofit think tank, researchers found more than 80 percent of journalists admitted to falling for false information online. The data was based on a survey of 1,018 journalists at regional and national publications in the United States.
Perhaps more concerning: Only 14.9 percent of journalists surveyed said they had been trained on how to best report on misinformation.
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