Who Believes Journalists Any More?
The panelists discussed the topic, “Who Believes Journalists Any More?,” and what it means for the future of… read more
The panelists discussed the topic, “Who Believes Journalists Any More?,” and what it means for the future of journalism. The panelists examined the public ambivalence and skepticism toward the press and concluded that the large majority of journalists are blamed for the poor judgment of a few. They also took questions from the audience. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Edward Fouhy Director Pew Center for Civic Journalism
- Alex S. Jones Executive Editor PBS->Media Matters
- Caroline Miller Editor-in-Chief New York Magazine
- Philip Scheffler Executive Editor CBS->60 Minutes
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