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The Public and Trust in the Media

The public trust in the media is at a low ebb, especially with phrases such as “fake news” being thrown around, not just by some politicians and commentators, but by some in society. There is, arguably, a difference between “fake news” and “media bias”. Practical Politicking is a non-partisan news site, and we publish content from a variety of political, social, and economic standpoints. Felicia Craven’s series on the News Literacy Project has provided a comprehensive analysis of some reporting, and how readers, or viewers, can react to content published or broadcasted. The American Press Institute has recently published an article that takes an in-depth look at what is required for advancing journalism.

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