When Journalists Get Their Info from Social Media, Audiences Find the Reports Less Credible

Press conferences, interviews, telephone calls — these are the traditional ways in which journalists source their stories. Today, however, many more options are available. From Facebook to Twitter to Google, journalists have many new ways to track down information to inform their reporting.

But what do audiences think about these techniques? Do readers think social media sourcing is as credible as shoe-leather reporting?

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