Reuters Institute's 2022 Digital News Report
is now available to download from the official Reuters Institute's website
. The 164-page report gathers insights about digital news consumption based on a YouGov
survey of over 93,000 online news consumers in 46 markets, covering half of the world's population.
Some key findings from Malaysia in this report highlight:
• Online news and social media remain the main sources of news in Malaysia.
• Consolidation of media ownership
• Sponsored content and government advertising in digital media
• Podcasting as a staple medium for digital radio and TV stations
has the highest offline news reach with 53% weekly reach, followed by Astro AWANI (35%), Harian Metro (29%), Berita Harian (28%) and Sinar Harian (23%).
For digital titles, Malaysiakini
retained its status as the online portal with the highest online reach at 48% weekly reach, followed by Astro AWANI's online portal
(40%), and The Star's online portal
, Harian Metro's online portal
, and Berita Harian's online portal
with a shared weekly reach of 26% respectively.
Astro AWANI maintained its reputation as the Most Trusted News Brands in Malaysia for the fifth consecutive year with a brand trust score of 64%, followed by The Star (56%) and Malaysiakini (54%).
Full report on findings from the Malaysian media scene can be read here
. The overall key findings of the report can be retrieved from the Executive Summary
, or watch the 2-minute video
on Reuters Institute's official YouTube channel.