Sullivan: Here’s How the Media Can Regain the Public’s Trust

Journalism, according to the renowned media scholar and historian Sean Hannity, is dead.

Of course, the Fox News host and Donald Trump disciple also described White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s opening-day debacle as “awesome.”

No, journalism is far from dead — as anybody who has followed the investigative reporting of The Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold, for one, can attest — but it sure has taken a number of body blows. And some are self-inflicted.

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One thought on “Sullivan: Here’s How the Media Can Regain the Public’s Trust

  • January 30, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    As long as media interjects their own political beliefs in reporting and feel they are the story you will not have the support of public trust. Look no further than foolish editorial boards who elected to endorse a political candidate. How did that work out for them? The political impact of such actions is highly overrated. As Jack Webb repeated so very often, “Just the facts.”


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