The established media today limits the various narratives that we, as Americans, have and can voice. This has helped in the division that we are currently experiencing within the United States. At tippinsights, we believe that the people's voice is the most important, and we hope that the media will return to serve the agenda of the people rather than the elite.
What should a probe look into if one were to be conducted?
Who do Americans trust about the origins of Coronavirus? An investigation by tippinsights.
Russia's media watchdog has threatened to slow down the speed of Google if it fails to delete what it calls "unlawful content."
According to a Hollywood Reporter article published Friday, the Disney-owned studio Searchlight pressured the American magazine Filmmaker to remove a quote from its profile of Chinese director Chloé Zhao because it was critical of China's authoritarian regime.
The BBC fell short of "high standards of integrity and transparency" over Martin Bashir's 1995 interview with Princess Diana, an inquiry has found.
Americans' trust in the media is plummeting. What can the media do to regain public trust?
65% believe the country is divided, while only 29% believe it is united.
Russia launched a crackdown on foreign media, with authorities announcing enforcement proceedings against Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty's Moscow bureau over unpaid fines and newly designating the independent online outlet VTimes as a "foreign agent."
Jason Johnson, president of the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund, examines the latest TIPP Poll results and explains how the American public is misinformed about policing and believes in dangerous anti-police myths.
The monthly TIPP traditional media trust index plummeted sharply while the alternative media trust index edged down in April. This article shows who trusts the media and who lacks trust.
According to a Dartmouth College study, the mainstream U.S. media is overwhelmingly negative in its coverage of COVID. We examine the report and why the media tends to focus on the negative aspects of the news.
This article investigates how much confidence Americans place in conventional news outlets, alternative news outlets, and media-published political surveys. We use party affiliation and ideology to analyze the situation.