A growing movement has urged the media to refrain from naming the shooters in mass slayings and to cease the stream of biographical information about them.
Concerned about fake news? Let's be thankful that in this country, freedom of speech and particularly freedom of the press still exist.
The Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics states the media should "take responsibility of the accuracy of their work; verify information before releasing it.”
Amid non-stop media coverage of the devastating hurricanes over the past few weeks, here is a look at the news that took a backseat.
Truth is the hallmark of any professional journalist. However, we recently witnessed the media lose credibility with its coverage of Russian collusion during the 2016 presidential election.
The media must certainly hold Trump accountable for his rhetoric toward the press, but journalists would have more credibility if they held Democrats to the same standard as Republicans.
Fake news: sources are now increasingly inaccurate, biased, agenda-laced and politically motivated. Here is a guide to mapping the real Intel news.
Long gone are the days when we depended on the mass media’s objectivity – or its role in holding our leaders accountable for their actions.