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Media e-survey

  • Alfred Hermida
  • 27 Apr 06, 10:02 AM

In the run-up to next week's We Media conference in London, the BBC is running an e-survey asking people for their views on trust in the media. The aim is to sample international opinion on the subject, with the survey running on the BBC News website, various BBC language websites and on Yahoo.

If you want to make your views heard and compare them to the rest of the world, go here to take part in the e-survey.

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  • At 02:04 AM on 29 Apr 2006,
  • Phil wrote:

Personally I have lost all faith in the mainstream media. I do not believe that ‘true and factual’ news stories are being reported anymore on the BBC and any mainstream media. I personally turn to blogs for the news now and so do many of my friends and colleagues. It has become common knowledge that organisations like the BBC are corrupt and therefore are unable to broadcast the true news stories of the day.

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