In a recent survey, Ofcom has found that radio is the most trusted source of news in the UK.
The figures show radio beating newspapers, television and the internet, and were collated from a survey of 1,824 people over the age of 16.
Radio is the most trusted source on 66 per cent, with internet-delivered news at 58 per cent and TV at 56. Interestingly, it's the first time that news websites have overtaken television as a trusted source for news.
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