by Craig McAndrew
October 19, 2017
Fake News and Trust in the Press2017-10-16T20:28:46-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/fe9/20171016202957001_hd.jpgNew York Times Editor Dean Baquet and Washington Post Editor Marty Barron on the concept of "fake news" and addressing the issue of eroded trust in a free press.
New York Times Editor Dean Baquet and Washington Post Editor Marty Barron on the concept of "fake news" and addressing the issue of eroded trust in a free press.
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- Dean P. Baquet Executive Editor New York Times
- Martin "Marty" Baron Executive Editor Washington Post
- Marvin Kalb Host (Former) NBC->"Meet the Press"
- National Press ClubNational Press Club
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