Watch more than one news network. Read more than one newspaper. Read a different news magazine every week. Watch NPR on a regular basis. Their news coverage has been found to be the most factual in a variety of academic studies. And don't trust any of them to make up your mind for you. Do the work.
The best part of the Dallas Morning News, which I read daily - are the letters to the editors. I read those before I read anything else. Why? Because so often they are persons writing in to dispute what was stated in another article written by one of the professional, and often, nationally syndicated journalists.
It's good to hear what the highly literate public have to say about the mainstream big shot journalists and their work. You wind up getting lots of perspectives by reading the letters to the editor.
That is an excellent idea. It reminds me of the Federalist papers. During the forming of our nation, the newspaper back then helped write our Constitution and Bill of Rights. Perhaps, we should use papers for communication issues that are important n
It's difficult to understand the exact news by any one perspective. There are different thoughts as far as the social and political issues are concerned. So, it's better to read more than one newspaper or go through the news on the internet and there you will find all perspective of that. And then use your mind over it.
by ahorseback13 months ago
Not the sensationalizing "face -book " mentality of todays mainstream news media . Once , there was a time when selling the headline was the profiteering, business method of...
by ahorseback2 months ago
I'll Start , ; One ,--Titles of news media articles seem juvenile in design ,even immature ?
by Susie Lehto2 years ago
Cable news sites like CNN need to be left-out of the presidential campaigns. CNN false news was caught for their sneaky-editing of what Donald Trump actually said to make it sound as if he was saying something he...
by wacknuts7 years ago
Do you believe the news media is biased? The news media includes print, radio, television etc...Please disregard opinion talk shows on radio and tv.
by Don W13 months ago
Do you remember when these statements were made?"Good morning ladies and gentlemen. The president has asked me, as his spokesperson, to tell you he was aware of the burglary at DNC headquarters in the Watergate...
by American View19 months ago
Who do you think reports the most honest news CNN, MSNBC, FOX
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