PNA Article – Identifying Fake News

PNA Article – Identifying Fake News

Complimentary “Identifying Fake News” Article for PNA Members

Pennsylvanians are social people, often engaging with family, friends and others through numerous social media platforms. Information shared on these platforms can come from reputable news sources or, unfortunately, from other untrustworthy contributors that publish verifiably false content. Engagement with unreliable news sites is on the rise and it is important for news consumers to know how to identify these sources of misinformation.

The Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association (PNA) has created an article on how consumers can identify fake news, that our members may publish in print or online at no cost.

Featured Article Sources

  • Point Park University’s Center for Media Innovation
  • International Fact-Checking Network at Poynter
  • Penn State’s Bellisario College of Communications
  • West Virginia University’s Reed College of Media

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