Monthly Archives: June 2008

Trust and Journalism’s Social Contract

A great irony of media reform is that people decry profit-driven corporations for subverting the Fourth Estate, but also don’t trust the journalists themselves to cover their issues in a meaningful way. This issue of trust remains a serious hurdle, … Continue reading

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Media Reform: Politics or Democracy?

There is a widespread and paradoxical fallacy among media reformers that considers the nature of our media as a “second issue” that can and must be harnessed to specific political agendas of the progressive variety. In fact, media is a … Continue reading

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