In Media We Don’t Trust

Democracy depends on people voting. Voting depends on people being informed. And the press is here to keep the people informed. But there is a problem. People in the United States donnot trust the media. The news is questioned, doubted and not believed by millions of people and that’s a challenge for democracy.

In this episode, we will discuss a growing distrust among the Americans towards the media. We are now in a place where people don’t trust the news, where people don’t know where to find the news and what to think of it when they see it. How did we get here? What impact does this media distrust have on American society? And what is it about the media that now many people distrust?

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