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Resource ID: #30224
Source: Joy Mayer, Laxmi Parthasarathy, Doris Truong
Affiliation: Global Press, Poynter Institute, Trusting News
Date: 2023-06-24



Slides for "U.S. audiences need better international news," a session at the IRE 2023 conference in Orlando on Saturday, June 24, 2023.

Session description: Join this panel to discuss a recent Global Press study of U.S. consumers of international news, which compared the kind of “parachute” journalism often practiced by major U.S. newsrooms with high-quality journalism written by local reporters.

The findings have implications for diaspora communities in the U.S. seeking accurate news and information about their home countries. But this study also suggests a path for journalists, whether overseas or in the U.S., to transform their international reporting into something more representational, dignified and precise.

Learn how to improve your journalism by investing in media literacy, building reporting capacity through strategic partnerships, increasing transparency in newsmaking and investing in local expertise.

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