Sadly, the unbiased reporting of Walter Cronkite appears to be in the past. Journalistic embellishment, at least on the big stages, has become all to normal.
Consider why the man over an administration being investigated for collusion uses term ‘fake news’.
Faulty reporting can have long-lasting effects.
Four scholars from different disciplines offer their opinions on this important question.
Stories trend for a reason. People like them. They may like them for any number of reasons. Some good, some bad. I do not confuse hype with quality.
Where did online journalism go wrong? Dan Blacharski takes a look.
The campaign introduces a new form of media to involve people in shaping and discussing difficult topics.
Political Discourse in the U.S is in Jeopardy and Worth Saving.
The Good Men Project is re-inventing media. Join our #IndieGoGo campaign to learn how.
Life before Trump felt relatively predictable to many people. No more. He has awakened us to the fundamentally unpredictable and unknowable nature of reality.
Students in high school now will be eligible to vote during the 2020 election cycle. How can we prepare them to become informed citizens in an era of misinformation, where anyone can publish anything?
Your inane short messages undermine the dignity of the Office. Please stop.
Don’t panic: An international survey finds concerns about fake news are overblown.
Fake news has been used in the past to feed into people’s fears and prejudices. A particularly poignant story from 1913 relates to the wrongful conviction of an innocent man named Leo Frank.
With the recent string of alternate facts coming from the White House, it’s past time to find new sources for truth.
Theodor Fontane was a German newspaper’s England correspondent – who reported ‘from’ London without leaving his Berlin desk.