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THE CITY CLUB FORUM

Bias, Fake News, and the State of the Fourth Estate

  • Aired: 08/14/2017
  • 56:46
  • Rating: NR
Since the 2016 election, both on the right and the left, the mainstream media has been accused of bias in some form or another - with serious repercussions. According to Gallup, Americans' trust in the media has dropped to 32 percent, its lowest level in Gallup polling history, including an 8 percent drop in one year alone.
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What are the implications of news biases and fake news on media & journalists?
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