Tag: journalism

Who to trust?

Trump and the media: The dishonest versus the untruthful and everything between

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A death spiral

Commentary America, we have a problem. The moderator of the great public debate so vital to the functioning of a democracy has allowed itself to be compromised.   Yes, we’re talking about […]

Who to trust

Commentary Add “stealth editing” to the credibility problems facing journalism in these days of fake news, false news, slanted news, biased news and all the other variations on “news” that leave many […]

The new news

A new entity has slipped into the interwebs to challenge Alaska’s established news media for the attention of your eyeballs. Alaska Banner.com is an attractive website with a masthead featuring the big […]

Totally flummoxed

News commentary Journalism has a lot in common with intelligence gathering. Journalists take bits and pieces of information of which they never have enough and try to construct from that a narrative […]

Reality news

Is it real, or is it “reality” news? You know, reality news as in “reality TV,” as in “it could be real, you know,” even if it probably¬† isn’t. Can you say […]