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In all the countries that surveys were conducted, the coronavirus outbreak has drastically raised the amount of news read by the mainstream media. There's been an impressive increase in the number of news programs on television as well as online news. A greater number of people are now identifying television as their main source for news. This is a temporary break from the trend of decreasing news consumption. Printing of newspapers has decreased as lockdowns impede physical distribution, possibly accelerating the shift towards a completely digital future. In the meantime the use of the internet and social media has significantly has increased across all countries. WhatsApp had the highest increase in all of the countries, with an increase by ten percent in some countries. In other countries, more than half of those surveyed (51%) were part of an online, whether closed or open community to share information, connect or join local support networks.

In all countries, the trust level in the coverage of media on COVID-19 was fairly high in April of 2020. This is comparable to the trust levels of national government officials but significantly more than the individual politicians. Concerning COVID-19 data, trust among media was two times as high on social networks, messaging services, and video platforms than it was for media. From our wider dataset that was gathered in January, global concerns about misinformation remain high. Nearly half of the sample was concerned about the information on the internet prior to the coronavirus epidemics. Although politicians in the United States are the most frequently reported as the source of misinformation across many countries which includes the United States, those who identify themselves as right-wing are more likely blame the media. In certain nations, they tend to blame the media. Even though Facebook is widely considered to be the most reliable source of fake news almost everywhere, WhatsApp is more responsible in parts the Global South like Brazil or Malaysia.

Our survey in January across all countries found that less than 4 out of 10 (38%) believed most news was reliable. This is a decrease by four percentage points compared to the previous year. 46 percent said that they believe in the information they read. The rising political polarisation and uncertainty has resulted in a decrease of trust in the public broadcasters and are being targeted from the right and left. Despite this, our survey finds that the majority (60%) are still averse to information that is not influenced by a specific point of view and that only a small minority (28%) would prefer news that reflects or reinforces their opinions. The United States has seen a slight rise in the number of partisans from 2013. However it is still the case that the majority of people appear to favor news that at the very least tries to be objective.

The majority of people (52 percent) would prefer that the media would be more prominent in reporting false claims made to them by politicians, rather than not highlighting them (29 percent). People are less comfortable with political adverts via search engines and social media than they are with the political adverts on TV, and most people (58%) prefer that platforms remove ads that may include inaccurate statements, even if it means that they ultimately have to determine what is truthful. There have been significant increases in online journalism's payment rates in many countries, including the United States (+14) and Norway (42 percent +Cool. However there's seen a less significant increase in the various markets. It is crucial to remember that across all countries most people do not pay for online news even though some publishers have now discovered a coronavirus increase.

In the end, the most important element for subscribers is the quality and uniqueness of the content. Subscribers think they get more information. However, a large number of people are content with the news they can access for free . In addition, we observe a very high proportion of non-subscribers (40% in the USA and 50 percent in the UK) who believe that there is nothing they can do to convince them to pay. Countries with higher rates of payment (e.g. in countries with higher levels of payment (e.g. Norway and the USA) there is one-third to half of subscriptions are sold directly to a few large national brands. This indicates that there's still the winner-takes-all model. However, in these two countries, a significant minority now subscribe to more than one publication , and typically include a local or specialist publication. For Unirea FM Romanian commercial radio station. Its format that is composed of 60 60% news from various fields and 40% music. With their current programming, the main elements that attract the audience of those over 30 years old are: news programmes from the county, special programs and talk shows. These people are interested both in news, contests and interviews. However, they also like cultural shows such as debates as well as entertainment and musical shows.

The primary source for news and information about a nation is the local newspaper and its websites. This number is four out of ten (44 percent). We find that Facebook and other social networks are utilized by an average of a third (31 percent) for local news and information. This creates additional pressure on businesses and their business models. The distribution of news is growing. Nearly 25% of the population prefer to begin their news experience using apps or websites. Generation Z (those between 18-24) prefer social media over websites and apps. They are a less strong relationship to websites and apps, and are twice as likely to access news through these platforms. Instagram news consumption has increased by over 50 percent across all age groups, and is predicted to surpass Twitter in the coming year.

To combat the growth of different platforms publishers have been trying to communicate directly with their customers via email alerts and mobile devices. An astounding 21 percent of American adults access a news-email weekly. For nearly half of them, it is the primary method of accessing information. Northern European countries have been slower to embrace news via email channels, with only 10% of people using news via email in Finland. Although podcasts have seen an increase in popularity in the last year, - coronavirus locks may have temporarily reversed the trend. The majority of people across the globe (50 percent) consider that podcasts can provide greater depth and comprehension over other media. Spotify is the top podcasting destination in a variety of markets . It has overtaken Apple's podcast app.

Overall, almost seven in ten (69 percent) think climate change is a serious problem, but in the United States, Sweden, and Australia a significant minority dispute this. The majority of this group is more conservative and older. These groups are more youthful and have access to a lot of information on climate change via social media and following activists such as Greta Thunberg. Amazon Echo and Google Home are two examples of voice-activated intelligent devices that continue to gain popularity. Their use for any purpose has increased by 14 percent to 19% (UK), between 7% and 12% in Germany as well as 9 to 13% South Korea. The use of news remains low in every country, despite this.
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