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The Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2022

Digital News Report 2022 Front Cover



The Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2022: Tracking the Future of News
Editors Nic Newman, Richard Fletcher, Craig T. Robertson, Kirsten Eddy, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen



Detailed Description

The eleventh Digital News Report from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford reveals new insights about digital news consumption based on a YouGov survey of over 93,000 online news consumers in 46 media markets

The report provides evidence that much of the public is turning away from – or at least selectively avoiding – the news. The report documents ways in which the connection between journalism and much of the public may be fraying, including a fall in trust following last year’s positive bump, and declining interest in news. Our survey finds that younger audiences have a weaker connection with news brands, and are increasingly accessing the news via platforms such as TikTok. Despite significant increases in the proportion paying for online news in a handful of richer countries there are signs that overall growth may be levelling off.