Attitudes Toward Colorado’s Local Media — 2022 Statewide Survey Results

Where do Coloradans get their local news? Who do they trust, what are they paying for — and why? What roles do Coloradans think local journalists should be playing in our democracy — and how well do they think they are doing?

This Thursday at 11 a.m. MT, Colorado Media Project will release results from the 2022 Colorado Media Audience Survey, a survey of 1,700+ Coloradans conducted this summer.

RSVP here to join Corona Insights researchers Jim Pripusich and Maria Cuevas as they unpack the data in 10 takeaways and trends that are shaping the future of local news in Colorado.

Detailed survey results are available prior to this session, under embargo, for journalists who would like to preview the data in order to write about the survey results and/or have their questions answered by Jim and Maria on Thursday. Please email Colorado Media project’s Melissa Davis for access.

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