April 22, 2021
The Solutions Journalism Network is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting newsrooms and journalists who are sharing solutions stories.
We spend around seven hours per day consuming content, a number that’s only increased since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether it’s news, Netflix, or social media, people are constantly reading, absorbing, and learning new information. Still, a 2019 study showed that 32% of people actively avoid the news.
So, what is the content we’re taking in? What is it teaching us, and how does it inform our views and our mental health?
The Solutions Journalism Network is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting newsrooms and journalists who are sharing solutions stories. Solutions Journalism outlines responses to social problems that aren’t only uplifting, they’re success stories that increase audience engagement and provide unique insight.
As a society, we need these high-level, evidence-based reporting projects to help combat false information and encourage unity in a divided population.
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