Number of fact-checking outlets surges to 188 in more than 60 countries – Duke Reporters’ Lab

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The number of fact-checking outlets around the world has grown to 188 in more than 60 countries amid global concerns about the spread of misinformation, according to the latest tally by the Duke Reporters’ Lab.

Mark Stencel at Poynter: "The number of fact-checking outlets around the world has grown to 188 in more than 60 countries amid global concerns about the spread of misinformation, according to the latest tally by the Duke Reporters’ Lab. Since the last annual fact-checking census in February 2018, we’ve added 39 more outlets that actively.

Number of fact-checking outlets surges to 188 in more than 60 countries (Poynter) That’s a 28% increase (39 new fact-checking outlets) since the last global fact-checking census in 2018, according to the Reporters’ Lab at Duke University.

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The number of fact-checking organizations around the world has grown to 188 in more than 60 countries amid global concerns about the spread of misinformation. According to the Duke Reporters’ Lab, the new total of fact-checking initiatives is more than four times the 44 initiatives it initially counted when the Lab first

Poynter: Number of fact-checking outlets surges to 188 in more than 60 countries. "The number of fact-checking outlets around the world has grown to 188 in more than 60 countries amid global concerns about the spread of misinformation, according to the latest tally by the Duke Reporters’ Lab."

Number of Fact-checking Outlets Surges to 188 in More Than 60 Countries Poynter The Duke Reporters’ Lab shares updates on its work, to which a Bass Connections team called Data and Technology for Fact-checking contributed.

Survey finds 16% of US respondents pay for news, and 11% on average in nine other countries, but most people who do pay for news only have one subscription mark stencel / Duke Reporters’ Lab: Tally finds the number of fact-checking outlets surged 26% to 188 in more than 60 countries since February 2018 amid strong growth in Asia and Latin America

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Within this wider context, the number of active fact-checking organizations has increased rapidly in efforts to combat challenges of digital disinformation head-on. According to the latest assessment by the Duke Reporters’ Lab, the number of fact-checking outlets around the world has grown to 188 in more than 60 countries.