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Too Much Journalism Kills Journalism

The sudden rise to stardom and fall from grace of Kenneth Bone, one of the undecided voters who questioned Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump during their second debate, reveals a worrying trend for the media.

Trust In Media Hits Rock Bottom

A study conducted in the U.S. by Digital Insight Study, a partnership of the Associated Press and the American Press Institute, yielded alarming results for democracy.

Journalism And The Disinformation Society

The level of political lying in some democratic societies is reaching a point that we thought – and hoped – would always be the apanage of authoritarian and totalitarian regimes.

I Am Opposed To Journalists Being Paid For Clicks

Slant, a new news site launched a few days ago by former employees of the Huffington Post, Bleacher Report and the New York Daily News, pays its journalists based on the traffic they generate.

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