October 17, 2017
Accuracy, Polarization and Public Trust in the Press2017-08-04T17:41:05-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/17b/1508421142.jpgReporters, congressional staffers, and scholars discussed current issues relating to the press. They debated the effects of competition between news agencies, the depth of reporting, accuracy and the polarization of media sources.
Reporters, congressional staffers, and scholars discussed current issues relating to the press. They debated the effects of competition between news agencies, the depth of reporting, accuracy and the polarization of media sources.
People in this video
- John M. Donnelly Senior Writer CQ Roll Call->Defense and Foreign Policy
- Kathy Kiely Fellow National Press Club Journalism Institute->Press Freedom Committee
- Carolyn J. Lukensmeyer Executive Director National Institute for Civil Discourse at the University of Arizona
- Michael "Mike" D. McCurry Press Secretary (Former) White House
- National Press Club | Journalism InstituteNational Press Club | Journalism Institute
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