The Global media is filled with news about the Coronavirus. Again misinformation and fake news is confounding the battle against it, with governments and global health leaders urging the need for calm not panic.
With on-going attacks on the credibility of mainstream media, journalists, publishers and TV production companies must remain vigilant when vetting sources and verifying data.
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Avoid a fake news faux pas
Thanks to round-the-clock news cycles and always-on social media, one tweet can turn into a worldwide sensation in the blink of an eye. Unfortunately, it's easy to get caught up in the hype—especially when you have a deadline looming. More than once in recent years, reputable news organisations have had to retract a story because of flawed facts.
LexisNexis solutions empower just-in-time research and analysis, so you can check your facts fast, and earn the trust of your audiences.