The following is an opinion and analysis. It should concern everyone when The New York Times publishes shoddy journalism that violates its own policies and would likely not even meet the standards of a tabloid rag. Two weeks ago, a New York Times article by Jeremy Peters falsely labelled me a “coronavirus doubter.” In the […]
Thanksgiving Day there was a doozie of an anti-Trump media mistake. What does it tell us about the state of journalism? It’s not good.
It was not a good holiday for two employees in separate cases of workplace mistakes. From KTUL in Tulsa, Oklahoma: “Starbucks says they fired a barista who printed “PIG” on five coffee cups ordered by a police officer on Thanksgiving. The police chief at Kiefer Police Department, a community just outside Tulsa, said the officer was picking […]
We’ve entered a brave, new world in the information age. Where it can be tough to know what’s real. Now there are movements to help us sort through it all— to teach our kids media literacy, to “curate” our information and cull out “fake news.” Sounds like a good idea. After all, who doesn’t want […]
What hidden forces control the information we see online– and how? You may think you know, but you likely can’t imagine how pervasive it is. Watch our investigative report from Full Measure at the links below. (Two parts.) #Wikipedia #Snopes #FakeNews #Astroturf #Propaganda #Gab #AndrewTorba http://fullmeasure.news/news/cover-story/sum-of-all-knowledge-part-1 http://fullmeasure.news/news/cover-story/sum-of-knowledge-part-2
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