Fact-Checking Campaign Advertisements, Panel 1
Journalists and political ad fact checkers analyzed candidates' false or misleading speeches and political ads thus far in the 2012… read more
Journalists and political ad fact checkers analyzed candidates' false or misleading speeches and political ads thus far in the 2012 election campaign. Panelists said both political parties are guilty of misleading ads, citing the 2010 health care law and the auto industry bailout as two examples.
This was part of an Annenberg Public Policy Center forum on fact-checking and the 2012 elections. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Brooks Jackson Director FactCheck.org
- Kathleen Hall Jamieson Professor University of Pennsylvania->Annenberg School for Communication
- Glenn Kessler Columnist Washington Post->Fact Checker
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