Application: Trusting News project participation
Answer these questions if you'd like to be considered for participation in the Trusting News project. It's run by Joy Mayer of the Reynolds Journalism Institute and generously supported by the Knight Foundation and Democracy Fund. (Filling out the form is not a commitment to participate.)

We have used user data (questionnaires and interviews) to create strategies designed to demonstrate the credibility and trustworthiness of journalism. We have partner newsrooms working to help us test those strategies in the winter and spring of 2018. And once we take a look at what they learned, we'll be reviewing applications for a future round of testing. Questions can be sent to Joy Mayer at joy@TrustingNews.org.

Follow along at https://medium.com/trusting-news. See previous phases of the project at TrustingNews.org and at http://bit.ly/rjitrustdata.

Note: At this time, we're not able to work with newsrooms outside North America.

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The name and location of your organization *
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What products do you produce, and how would you describe the content? Include any relevant urls. *
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What audience do you serve? Where are they geographically, and how would you describe their demographics or interests? *
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How would you describe the size of your audience? Include whatever kind of numbers are most relevant for your products. *
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Is trust in news a topic your organization is concerned about? How is it being discussed or addressed so far? *
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Why might your newsroom be a good fit for this project? And would you (or a different project liaison) be able to find a few hours a week to dedicate to experimenting and logging results? *
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Should anyone in your organization besides you be included on future communication? If so, list their name, title and email address here. *
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Are you a part of other industry programs or experiments that might have useful overlap with this one?
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