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The coronavirus pandemic has seen an increase in news consumption in mainstream media across all the countries where we've conducted surveys. Television news and online sources have seen significant upticks and more people are identifying television as their main source of information, giving some respite from the picture of steady decline. Because of lockdowns, it is becoming more difficult to get newspapers into physical form, their consumption has slowed. This is almost certain that the move towards digital publishing will be accelerated. However the use of the internet and social media has significantly has increased across all countries. WhatsApp saw the largest growth in all areas, with an increase by 10% in some countries. Over half of those surveyed (51%) were part of an open or closed online group to connect and share information or take part in a local support group.

Media coverage of COVID-19 was high in all countries as of April of 2020. It was comparable to that of national governments, but much higher than that of individual politicians. In relation to COVID-19 information and trust, the media trust was greater than twice that of social networks, video platforms as well as messaging services. The concerns of the world about misinformation are still very high, as we can see from our bigger January data. More than half of our global sample were concerned about news on the internet, even before the coronavirus crises. Although politicians in the United States are the most frequently reported source of misinformation in a variety of countries which includes the United States, those who identify themselves as right-wing are more likely blame the media. In certain countries, these people tend to blame the media. Even though Facebook is widely considered to be the most reliable channel for spreading fake information nearly everywhere, WhatsApp is more responsible in parts the Global South like Brazil or Malaysia.

Our January poll across countries showed that less than 4/10 (38 percent) of those polled said they are most likely to trust the news they read. This is a decrease by four percentage points over the year before. Just 46 percent of those polled reported they are satisfied with the news they have used. In particular, political polarisation and a growing sense of uncertainty affect trust in public broadcasters. They have lost supporters from both the right wing and left. However, our research shows that the majority (60 percent) still favor information that is not influenced by a specific point of view and that only a minority (28%) prefer news that shares or reinforces their views. The United States has seen a slight rise in the number of partisans since 2013. However most people seem to favor news that at the very least tries to be objective.

The majority of people (52%) would prefer the news media to highlight false statements from politicians (29%) as they adapt to new communication styles. The public is less comfortable watching political ads on search engines and social media as they are with television ads. The majority of people (58 percent) prefer to have platforms that do not block false claims even though they are the ones who make the final decision. Online news has seen an increase in the amount of money paid across a variety of countries such as the United States at 20% (+4) and Norway at 42% (+8). There are small increases in other markets. It is crucial to remember that online news is still accessible to the majority of people in all countries. Certain publishers might have experienced a coronavirus-related bump.

Subscribing to the newsletter is an indicator of trust. The most important thing is the quality and authenticity of the content. Subscribers think they receive superior information. However, most people are satisfied with the data they access for free. We also notice a very high number of nonsubscribers (40 percent in America and 50 percent in the UK) and claim that they cannot convince their to pay. The countries that have higher rates of payment (e.g. the USA and Norway) about one third and half of all subscriptions go to only a few major national brands, suggesting that winner-takes-most dynamics are persisting. These two countries have a large minority that subscribes to multiple subscriptions and add an additional specialist publication or local newspaper. For radiouri Alba Iulia Romanian commercial radio station. It has a format that is composed of 60 percent news from various fields and 40% music. The current range of programming the primary elements that attract the audience of people who are over 30 are: news programmes from the county, specialized programs and talk shows. They enjoy news, contestsand interviews, as well as cultural events music, debates, and entertainment.

The majority of countries remain the most reliable source of news on a particular area or town. In reality, four out ten (44%) of all weekly visits are made by local newspaper. However, we found that Facebook and the other social media platforms are now being used by about 33% (31%) of local news and information users. This puts more pressure on companies and their business models. News access is becoming more common. In all countries there is a small gap in the number of people who (28%) prefer to start their news experiences via a website or app. Generation Z, 18-24 year olds, have a weaker relationship with apps and websites. They are twice as likely as other people to use social media to read news. Instagram news consumption has increased by a third in all age groups. The trend is expected to continue throughout the coming year.

Publishers have been working to make direct connections via mobile alerts and emails to combat the move to different platforms. In the United States sees nearly one fifth of all Americans checking their news emails every week (21%), and almost half of those access it as their main source of information. Northern European nations are more hesitant to embrace news channels via email. In Finland just 10% of people who utilize email news do it. Although the use of podcasts has grown in the past year, the coronavirus lockdowns may have temporarily reversed this trend. The majority of countries (50%) agreed that podcasts provide greater depth and understanding than other forms of media. Spotify is currently the most popular podcasting destination in a variety of markets, topping Apple's Podcast app.

Seven out of 10 (69%) think that climate change is as a major issue. But, in the United States and Australia, a substantial minority are against. This group is typically right-wing and older. These groups are more youthful and have access to many information on climate change via social media, and also by following activists, like Greta Thunberg. Smart speakers with voice activation such as the Amazon Echo and Google Home continue to grow quickly. The UK has witnessed an increase in the use of smart speakers that can be used for any purpose with 14% to 19 percent, 7%- 12percent in Germany, and 9%-12 percent in South Korea. The use of news remains low in all countries, despite this.
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