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22 findings from the Reuters Institute’s research in 2022 still relevant in 2023

From news avoidance to audience trust and newsroom diversity, our researchers have covered key issues in the past 12 months – “2022 has been a challenging year for journalism. While reporting on Putin’s brutal invasion of Ukraine and on the last stages of a global pandemic, news organisations struggled with loss of interest, news avoidance and distrust. TikTok news use exploded and podcast listening grew after the hiatus of COVID-19. News organisations struggled to engage with younger audiences and found it difficult to monetise their output in social networks and messaging apps. Even more newsrooms embraced reader revenue but not everyone succeeded in making people pay for news. Companies grappled with building diverse and inclusive newsrooms and keeping valuable talent, and they tried to embrace hybrid work in a way that worked for every member of their staff. As the year draws to a close, here are 22 findings from our research in 2022 that will be still relevant in 2023.”

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