Day: May 10, 2018

API report calls for journalists’ help in improving “news fluency”

Journalists can change the way they build stories to create organic news fluency, ​say ​American Press Institute’s Tom Rosenstiel and Jane Elizabeth. ​We agree, of course — ​and applaud​ the way they’ve used “news fluency” as an alternative terminology to news literacy. Whereas literacy implies something one can or can’t do, ​news fluency describes how news users are always […]

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Say Goodbye To The Information Age: It’s All About Reputation Now by Gloria Origgi

In an article from Fast Company, Gloria Origgi raises questions about how the circulation of information has changed in recent years and what questions individuals should consider regarding others’ news judgment. In this digital age, many people trust gatekeepers of information based on their reputation, which can change how closely each individual actually interacts with […]

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