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"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Seeing a huge influx of Corona virus vaccine disinformation right now. What do you tracking? Yeah, we are. We have been watching this for a while and anticipation of the vaccine. And ah lot of these media manipulation campaigns and especially when it comes to vaccine hesitancy, they really pray on existing Social wedges and cultural inequalities. So groups of people who may already be hesitant and distrustful of doctors are often targeted people whose Children have Died of unexplained circumstances and now, you know, are looking for something to blame and are and have been targeted by the anti vaccination community to blame vaccines, then become mouthpieces to spread misinformation about the vaccine. So there is a not a vacuum, but there's definitely a deficit of Trustworthy information coming from the government coming from trustworthy sources, partially just because the coronaviruses confusing and scientists have been working overtime to understand it, But in that environment where people are looking for answers, and there aren't necessarily simple and easy answers readily available into that environment flows disinformation. Emily Dreyfuss is a journalist with the Harvard Shorenstein Center is Technology and social Change Project. Thank you very much. Thank you. Electors will cast their ballots on Monday, but there's always a small chance that some of them won't vote the way voters did in their states. Morrow morning Edition. MPR's Miles Parks has details about faithless electors and why they may now be a vestige of the past tune in tomorrow morning by asking your smart speaker to play NPR or your member station by name. When public 19 hits.

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"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KTOK

"Job what i do is inform that's it make your own decisions i may ask you folks that sound like for the first few minutes of this that he was informing you did it sound the way to you rich didn't sound like he was informing me did it you folks go ahead please be accurately informed oh okay Now, the three hundred and twenty thousand of you. Yeah. That's where we are right now who have a copy of on freedom of the press in one of its various forms. Encourage you to look at chapter one. chapter one lays out really what the media are in this country philosophically ideologically terms of party alignment and in terms of social activism and one of the things you'll find and i've read this on the air but if you don't read the book you don't have the full flavor and context for all this Is a study the first hundred days of the Trump presidency that was conducted by the Harvard Shorenstein school media, and journalism. Hardly a conservative or right of center organization, just an organization. And. omai eighteen twenty seventeen they issued a comprehensive analysis of news coverage of the first hundred days of the trump administration those of you who have the actual hardcover book page twenty six and twenty seven And I've pointed this out to you before but I can't pointed out enough given what people like call Cameron say. says trump's attacks on the press have been aimed at what he calls the mainstream media six of the seven u._s. outlets in our study c._b._s. c._n._n. n._b._c. new york times wall street journal and the washington post among those he's attacked by name all six portray trump's first one hundred days in highly unfavorable terms c._n._n. n._b._c.'s coverage for the most unrelenting negative stories about trump outpaced positive ones by thirteen to one on the two networks trump's coverage on c._b._s. exceeded the ninety percent negative mark so that's three of them over ninety percent trump's coverage exceeded eighty percent level in new york times eighty seven percent to be precise washington post eighty-three percent to be precise wall street journal below that level at seventy percent negative largely attributable to the journals more frequent and more favorable economic coverage Now you heard what he said about FOX, right? So the Harvard Shorenstein center on media, politics and public policy says, and I quote. fox was the only app that we're trump's overall coverage nearly crept into positive territory fifty two percent of fox's reports where it clear tone with a clear tone were negative forty eight percent were positive fox's coverage was thirty four percentage points less negative than the average for the other six networks so the only one that was even relatively balanced fox and they go on to say trump's coverage during his first one hundred days was not merely negative in overall terms it was unfavorable on every dimension there was not a single major topic we're trump's coverage was more positive than negative not one That's why Carl Kamara's gonna fail. CNN is rate is failing its ratings are dead. It's ratings are dead. MSNBC is failing. Rachel, Maddow, was knocked out of the top lot by Hannity, and it's been that way for months. For months. The New York Times had to be bought out in part by billionaire down south south of the border. The Washington Post was saved by bazo the richest man on the planet. Nine go on and on. So Cameron is launching car Cameron not only with a lie. A fraudulent site. But he's doing exactly the wrong thing there's another piece here by a left-wing cycled axios a x I o s. and here they right trump slump hits big media to stick with me on this top news executives axios said a real trump slump is hitting digital cable and more the shock factor around president trump's unplanned announcements staff departures taunting tweets in iraq behaviors wearing off set new site media companies are scrambling to find their next big moneymaker now this is damning aside from again they're hated trump which is par for the course here They're telling you, they need a big moneymaker now. That trashing Trump isn't working out like they hope people are getting bored with it. driving the news executive style axios that trump fatigue is very real interest in political coverage overall is down which is sparing investments and other beats like technology and global economy democrats don't appear to be the lifeline media companies are hoping can fill the gap for diminish trump interest did you hear that this is a confession That many if not most of these media outlets which are run by people who are aligned with the democrat party and the progressive movement have been trying to appeal the Democrats, which is exactly what have been saying. They've been trying to appeal the Democrats. But the Democrats are getting bored. Then take much. Executives say they expect this week's debate ratings to be nothing like the ratings for the 2016 Trump the Bates. Well, I won't be watching. We'll get clips from them. But my God, can you imagine it's like watching a twenty some homeless people? Or a big meeting the poll up your on Russia. digital demand for trump related content number of article views compared to number of articles written has dropped twenty nine percent which win the first six months of the trump presidency in the most recent six months according to data from traffic analytics company parse lee evidence that trump social media star power was also beginning to wear off surface last month when axios reported that is tweets were receiving less than half the engagement that they got when he first took off it's not that trump's ratings are down at that or that interest and trump is down this is exactly the transformation the evolution that i told you what take place but it's happening faster That people are going to reject. The current mass modern media and are going to look for other ways to inform themselves. They're going to reject most of cable TV most of these programs. These hate Trump programs they're going to reject most internet sites. Do exactly the same thing. They're going to reject more and more. The New York Times in the Washington Post. When it is your business model to attack half the people in the country to play to half the people in the country, even worse to play to the base of the democrat party. And to have people like me, my voice, my book, pointing it out and the American people on their own watching it and listening to it and reading it. You destroying. Your own so-called profession. President isn't the government isn't you are. That's the whole point of unfreedom of the press. Traditional meeting settings. in march new york times c._o._o. meredith carpet levine whatever name is towed axios during a panel at s. s. w that the papers subscription trump bump ended in the mid twentieth eighteen now the words there attacks on trump are just not pulling the subscribers that they used to in december media research firm moffitt nathanson found that live news network ratings were down in the ten to twenty percent range for the better part of twenty eighteen overall the firm found that ratings around t._v. news coverage overall began to decline after the two thousand sixteen election yes Because you're out of the closet, social activist. Progressive democrats. and half the country's fed up with you and the half that you thought would follow you they're bored with you to cable tv networks which still reach majority of americans would political news coverage began pulling back on trump campaign rallies late last year because they weren't driving rates politica well that's a lie whenever fox has live coverage of trump's rallies their ratings go through the roof what are you gonna put don lemon on there That's when the ratings go through the floor. Very, very interesting things happening in this field. Ladies and gentlemen, the field of media. The modern mass media is starting to crumble freedom of the press. More and more is starting to reveal itself. I'll be right back. Mark levin. when democrats talk about medicare for all they're not talking about medicare at all they are talking about a nationalized healthcare system with a very deceptive name likewise when you hear the term binding arbitration for drug pricing it's not what it sounds like binding arbitration is a cost focused not care focused system where an unelected government entity will decide if a drug is too expensive for america's seniors who rely on medicare the effect will be permanent and binding price controls following the european socialist healthcare models that deny patients the latest and best treatments imagine the nightmare of having an unelected government entity bar you're sick child or parent from the drug that would save them because it was deemed too expensive fortunately americans have access to the most innovative drugs but have dumb ideas like government set price controls imposed we won't binding arbitration is the same bad idea under another name get the facts go to healthcare facts dot com tom that's true healthcare facts dot com the world is watching real people in the real world world focused focused on the issues that matter to the people the average joe joe joe the average american Into twenty twenty twenty twenty North Korea..

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"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To be precise washington post eighty-three percent to be precise wall street journal below that level at seventy percent negative largely attributable to the journals more frequent and more favorable economic coverage Now you heard what he said about FOX, right? so the harvard shorenstein center on media politics and public policy says and i quote fox was the only outlet we're trump's overall coverage nearly crept into positive territory fifty two percent of fox's reports where a clear tone with a clear tone were negative forty eight percent were positive fox's coverage was thirty four percentage points less negative than the average for the other six networks so the only one that was even relatively balanced was fox and they go on to say trump's coverage during his first one hundred days was not merely negative in overall terms it was unfavorable on every dimension there was not a single major topic we're trump's coverage was more positive than negative not one That's my Carl Cameron's gonna fail. CNN is rate is failing its ratings are dead. It's ratings are dead. MSNBC is failing. Rachel, Maddow, was knocked out of the top lot by Hannity, and it's been that way for months. For months. The New York Times had to be bought out in part by billionaire down south south of the border. The Washington Post was saved by Basil's the richest man on the planet. Nine go on and on. So Cameron is launching car Cameron not only with a why a fraudulent site. but he's doing exactly the wrong thing there's another piece here by a left-wing cyclone axios a x i o s And here they right. Trump slump hits big media to stick with me on this top news. Executives axios said, a real Trump slump is hitting digital cable and more. The shock factor around President Trump's unplanned announcements staff departures taunting tweets in Iraq behaviors wearing off said new site and media companies are scrambling to find their next big moneymaker now this is damning aside from again. They're hated Trump. Which is par for the course here. They're telling you, they need a big moneymaker now. Trashing Trump isn't working out like they hope people are getting bored with it. driving the news executive star axios that trump fatigue is very real interest in political coverage overall is down which is sparing investments and other beats like technology and global economy democrats don't appear to be the lifeline media companies are hoping can fill the gap for diminish trump interest can you hear that this is a confession That many if not most of these media outlets which are run by people who are aligned with the democrat party and the progressive movement have been trying to appeal to Democrats, which is exactly what have been saying. They've been trying to appeal the Democrats. But the Democrats are getting bored. Doesn't take much. Executives say they expect this week's debate ratings to be nothing like the ratings for the 2016 Trump debates. Well, I won't be watching. We'll get clips from them. But my God. Can you imagine it's like watching a twenty-seven homeless people? Laura big meeting, the poll up your on Russia. digital demand for trump related content number of article views compared to number of articles written has dropped twenty nine percent which win the first six months of the trump presidency in the most recent six months according to data from traffic analytics company parse lee evidence that trump social media star power was also beginning to wear off surface last month when axios reported that is tweets were receiving less than half the engagement that they got when he first took off it's not that trump's ratings are down at that where that interest in trump is down this is exactly the transformation the evolution that i told you take place but it's happening faster That people are going to reject. The current mass modern media and are going to look for other ways to inform themselves. they're going to reject most of cable tv most of these programs these hate trump programs they're going to reject most internet sites to do exactly the same thing They're going to reject more and more than near times in the Washington Post. when it is your business model to attack half the people in the country to play the half the people in the country even worse to play to the base of the democrat party and they had people like me my voice my book pointing it out and the american people on their own watching it and listening to it and reading it You're destroying. your own so-called profession president isn't the government isn't you are that's the whole point of unfreedom of the press Traditional meeting settings. in march near time c._o. meredith cockpit levin whatever name is towed axios during a panel at s. s. w that the papers subscription trump bump ended in the mid twentieth eighteen now the words there attacks on trump are just not pulling the subscribers that they used to in december media research firm moffitt nathanson found that live news network ratings were down in the ten to twenty percent range for the better part of two thousand eighteen overall the firm found that ratings around t._v. news coverage overall began to decline after the two thousand sixteen election yes Because you're out of the closet social activists. Progressive democrats. and half the country's fed up with you and the half that you thought would follow you they're bored with you to cable tv networks which still reach majority of americans with political news coverage began pulling back on trump campaign rallies late last year because they weren't driving rates politica well that's a lie Whenever FOX has live coverage of Trump's rallies their ratings go through the roof. What are you gonna put Don lemon on there? That's when the ratings go through the floor. very very interesting things happening in this field ladies and gentlemen the field of media the modern mass media is starting to crumble freedom of the press More and more is starting to reveal itself. I'll be right back. On seventy seven ABC. when democrats talk about medicare for all they're not talking about medicare at all they're talking about a nationalized healthcare system with a very deceptive name likewise when you hear the term binding arbitration for drug pricing it's not what it sounds like binding arbitration is a cost focused not care focus system where an unelected government entity will decide if a drug is too expensive for america's seniors who rely on medicare the effect will be permanent and binding price controls following the european socialist healthcare models that denied patients the latest and best treatments imagine the nightmare of having an unelected government entity bar you're sick child or parent from the drug that would save them because it was deemed too expensive fortunately americans have access to the most innovative drugs but have dumb ideas like government set price controls imposed we won't binding arbitration is the same bad idea under another name get the facts go to true healthcare facts dot com that's true Healthcare, facts dot com. w._a._b._c. traffic.

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"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Ninety percent of their stories where negative according to the Harvard Shorenstein center. Hardly a right wing organization. Ninety percent. And Joe Scarborough works for that network. Let me ask you something. Folks. If you're a real conservative any real Republican again, he's bailed on that. Because, you know, the Republican party left him good idea Republican party, by the way. I mean, he's left people. We might as well leave him. Where was oh. Yes. Ninety percent negative. The Scarborough show is probably one hundred percent negative. Does that sound like a conservative? You know? It sounds like a propagandist. Right. Because that's what he is. And that's what they are MSNBC and more and more. That's what the media the media. Are I told you the other day the media are one thing a free press? Another thing. A free press. Another thing if by free press, we simply mean the government should not interfere fine. But if by a free press, we mean that it actually services the American people services, the American people with information and news that they ought to have as opposed to social activism and progressivism in the agenda the democrat party. We don't have it. We don't have such a press in this country. And I'll tell you what as I explained in the book, the press is destroying the press. And this is not a good thing. And this is not a good thing. There are a handful of people in the press. I really admire admire Bret Baier. I admire David Brody. I do. I admire Paul Dr their number who I do maybe twelve or so, but that's it. Because they try. Martha maccallum admire her to I do again there others. I'm gonna miss them. I'm sorry. But. But it's a relative handful. It's a small percentage of people. It's not it's not a significant number. When you look at the media in this country is explaining an interview today. You see different cycles. This is a very bad cycle. It's probably the worst cycle in American history. Probably the worst cycle in American history. We had the patriot press pre revolution post revolution. With the party press from about eighteen hundred to the beginning of the civil war where newspapers align with specific parties specific candidate specific causes and frankly worked very closely with them, we're paid by them and so forth. Then you had. Yellow journalism, which I don't get into because we kind of have today too. Then you had the progressive movement the late eighteen hundreds into the early nineteen hundreds that continues to this day, and they wanted to quote, unquote, professionalize, everything say you're too stupid to participate in your government. You're too stupid to participate in media. You're just too stupid. The people need to be managed by really smart, people who happen to share the progressive ideology. And this is true. If you read rediscovering Americanism at some length. While of course, they feel the same way about the media. Water Lipman who was an iconic writer back then. He basically said, and John Dewey said it before him. He basically said look the people are busy too busy. To really understand what's going on in the world. They have their own lives. They live really in a myopic way. So it's up to a handful of us basically to really follow what's going on. And then explain it to them. Explain it to them. Rather than just report the damn news. Now that has been perverted today into what we can explain it to them. But now, we have an agenda a social activism, progressive democrat party agenda, and it's going to bleed into the news. We're going to devour the news gathering process. We're going to devour the news reporting process, and this is what we're going to do. And some of their philosopher kings professors write about it. And explain it, which is what they show.

MSNBC Republican party democrat party Joe Scarborough Harvard Shorenstein center Bret Baier Martha maccallum John Dewey David Brody Water Lipman writer Ninety percent one hundred percent
"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KTOK

"NBC MSNBC's, obviously in appendage of NBC NBC and CNN are tied for the worst reporting in the first one hundred days of the Trump administration. What do I mean by that? Ninety percent of their stories where negative according to the Harvard Shorenstein center. Hardly a right wing organization. Ninety percent. And Joe Scarborough works for that network. Now, let me ask you something. Folks, if you were a real conservative any real Republican again, he's bailed on that. Because, you know, the Republican party left him good idea Republican party, by the way. I mean, he's left people. We might as well leave him. Where was oh. Yes. Ninety percent negative. The Scarborough show is probably one hundred percent negative. Does that sound like a conservative? You know? It sounds like a propagandist. You right. Because that's what he is. And that's what they are MSNBC and more and more. That's what the media the media. Are I told you the other day the media are one thing a free press? Another thing. A free precious. Another thing if by free press, we simply mean the government should not interfere fine. But if by a free press, we mean that it actually services the American people services, the American people with information and news that they ought to have as opposed to social activism and progressivism in the agenda the democrat party. We don't have it. We don't have such a press in this country. And I'll tell you what as I explained in the book, the press is destroying the press. And this is not a good thing. And this is not a good thing. There are a handful of people in the press who I really admire I admire Bret Baier. I admire David Brody. I do. I'd Meyer Paul there are a number who I do maybe twelve or so, but that's it. Because they try. Martha maccallum I admire her to I do again. There are others. I'm going to miss them. I'm sorry. But. But it's a relative handful. It's a small percentage of people. It's not it's not a significant number. When you look at the media in this country is explaining in an interview today is see different cycles. This is a very bad cycle. It's probably the worst cycle in American history. Probably the worst cycle in American history. We had the patriot press pre-revolution post revolution. With the party press from about eighteen hundred to the beginning of the civil war where newspapers align with specific parties specific candidate specific causes and frankly worked very closely with them were paid by them and so forth. Then you had. Yellow journalism, which I don't get into because we kind of have a today too. Then you had the progressive movement the late eighteen hundreds into the early nineteen hundreds that continues to this day, and they wanted to quote, unquote, professionalize, everything say you're too stupid to participate in your government. You're too stupid to participate in media. You're just too stupid. The people need to be managed by really smart, people who happen to share the progressive ideology. And this is true. If you read rediscovering Americanism at some length. While of course, they feel the same way about the media. Walter Lippmann who was an iconic writer back then. He basically said, and John Dewey said it before him. He basically said look the people are busy. They're too busy. You know to really understand what's going on in the world. They have their own lives. They live really in a myopic way. So it's up to a handful of us basically to really follow what's going on. And then explain it to them. Explain it to them. Rather than just report the damn news. Now that has been perverted today into well, we can explain it to them. But now, we have an agenda a social activism, progressive democrat party agenda, and it's going to bleed into the news. We're going to devour the news gathering process. We're going to devour the news reporting process, and this is what we're going to do. And some of their philosopher kings professors write about it. And explain it, which is what.

MSNBC democrat party Republican party Joe Scarborough NBC Harvard Shorenstein center CNN Bret Baier Walter Lippmann Martha maccallum David Brody Meyer Paul John Dewey writer Ninety percent one hundred percent one hundred days
"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"NBC MSNBC's, obviously, independent of NBC NBC and CNN are tied for the worst reporting in the first hundred days of the Trump administration of what do I mean by that? Ninety percent of their stories where negative according to the Harvard Shorenstein center. Hardly a right wing organization. Ninety percent. And Joe Scarborough works for that network. Let me ask you something. Folks, if you a real conservative any real Republican, again, he's they held on that because you know, the Republican party left him good idea Republican party, by the way. I mean, he's left people. We might have leave him. But where was oh, yes. Ninety percent negative. The Scarborough show is probably one hundred percent negative. Does that sound like a conservative too? You know, it sounds like a propagandist to you, right? Because that's what he is. And that's what they are MSNBC and more and more. That's what the media the media. Are I told you the other day the media are one thing? A free press is another thing. A free press in other thing if by free press, we simply mean the government should not interfere fine. But if by a free press, we mean that it actually services the American people. Services. The American people with information and news that they ought to have as opposed to social activism and progressivism in the agenda of the democrat party. We don't have it. We don't have such a press in this country. And I'll tell you what as I explained in the book, the press is destroying the press. And this is not a good thing. And this is not a good thing. There are a handful of people in the press who I really admired Meyer, Bret Baier. I admire David Brody. I do. I'd Meyer Paul Dr number who I do maybe twelve or so that's it. Because they try. Martha maccallum admire her to I do again. There are others. I'm gonna miss them. I'm sorry. But. But it's a relative handful. It's a small percentage of people. It's not it's not a significant number. When you look at the median this country explaining an interview today, you see different cycles. This is a very bad cycle. It's probably the worst cycle in American history. Probably the worst cycle in American history. The patriot press pre revolution post revolution. With the party press from about eighteen hundred to the beginning of the civil war where newspapers align with specific parties specific candidate specific causes and frankly worked very closely with them were paid by them and so forth. Then you had. Yellow journalism, which I don't get into because we kind of have today too. Then you had the progressive movement the late eighteen hundreds into the early nineteen hundreds that continues to this day, and they wanted to quote, unquote, professionalize, everything say you're too stupid to participate in your government. You're too stupid to participate in media. You're just too stupid. The people need to be managed by really smart, people who happen to share the progressive ideology. And this is true. If you read rediscovering Americanism at some length. Well, of course, they feel the same way about the media. Water Lipman who was an iconic writer back then. He basically said, and John Dewey said it before him. He basically said look the people are busy. Too busy. To really understand what's going on in the world. They have their own lives. They live really in a myopic way. So it's up to a handful of us basically to really follow what's going on. And then explain it to them. Explain it to them. Rather than just report the damn news. Now that has been perverted today into what we can explain it to them. But now, we have an agenda a social activism, progressive democrat party agenda, and it's going to bleed into the news. We're going to devour the news gathering process. We're going to devour the news reporting process, and this is what we're gonna do. And some of their philosopher kings professors write about it. And explain it, which is what I show.

MSNBC Joe Scarborough Republican party democrat party NBC Harvard Shorenstein center David Brody Martha maccallum CNN Meyer Paul Dr John Dewey Bret Baier Water Lipman writer Ninety percent one hundred percent hundred days
"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"NBC MSNBC's, obviously appendage of NBC NBC and CNN are tied for the worst reporting in the first hundred days the Trump administration. What do I mean by then? Ninety percent of their stories where negative according to the Harvard Shorenstein center. Hardly a right wing organization. Ninety percent. And Joe Scarborough works for that network. Tell me something folks, if you're a real conservative any real Republican again, he's bailed on that. Because, you know, the Republican party left him good idea Republican party, by the way. I mean, he's left people. We might as well leave him. But where was yes. Ninety percent negative. The Scarborough show is probably one hundred percent negative. Does that sound like a conservative? You know? It's like a propagandist to you, right? Because that's what he is. And that's what they are MSNBC and more and more. That's what the media the media. Are I told you the other day the media are one thing? A free press is another thing. A free press. Another thing if by free press, we simply mean the government should not interfere fine. But if by a free press, we mean that it actually services the American people. Services. The American people with information and news that they ought to have as opposed to social activism and progressivism in the agenda, the democrat party, we don't have it. We don't have such a press in this country. And I'll tell you what as I explained in the book, the press is destroying the press. And this is not a good thing. And this is not a good thing. There are a handful of people in the press who I really admire admire Bret Baier. I admire David Brody. I do. I'd Meyer Paul Dr number who I do maybe twelve or so, but that's it. Because they try. Martha maccallum admire her to I do again. There are others. I'm gonna miss them. I'm sorry. But. But it's a relative handful. It's a small percentage of people. It's not it's not a significant number. When you look at the media in this country is explaining it. In interview today. You see different cycles. This is a very bad cycle. It's probably the worst cycle in American history. Probably the worst cycle in American history. The patriot press pre revolution post revolution. With the party press from about eighteen hundred to the beginning of the civil war where newspapers align with specific parties specific candidates specific causes, and frankly worked very closely with them, we're paid by them and so forth. Then you had. Yellow journalism, which I don't get into because we kind of have today too. Then you had the progressive movement the late eighteen hundreds into the early nineteen hundreds that continues to this day, and they wanted to quote, unquote, professionalize, everything see you're too stupid to participate in your government. You're too stupid to participate in media. You're just too stupid. The people need to be managed by really smart, people who happen to share the progressive ideology. And this is true. If you read rediscovering Americanism at some length. While of course, they feel the same way about the media. Walter Lippmann who was an iconic writer back then. He basically said, and John Dewey said it before him. He basically said look the people are busy. They're too busy. To really understand what's going on in the world. They have their own lives. They live really in a myopic way. So it's up to a handful of us basically to really follow what's going on. And then explain it to them. Explain it to them. Rather than just report the damn news. Now that has been perverted today into well, we can explain it to them. But now, we have an agenda a social activism, progressive democrat party agenda, and it's going to bleed into the news. We're going to devour the news gathering process. We're going to devour the news reporting process, and this is what we're gonna do. And some of their philosopher kings professors write about it. And explain it, which is what I show you in the.

MSNBC Republican party democrat party Joe Scarborough NBC Harvard Shorenstein center CNN Martha maccallum Bret Baier Walter Lippmann Meyer Paul Dr David Brody John Dewey writer Ninety percent one hundred percent hundred days
"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Well, I wanna thank you folks, who are going to my Facebook and Twitter sites. Most of the people you notice rich. They liked the selfie. Maybe I'll go into professional selfish shooting. Of course, that doesn't make any sense. But you get the point. And people are asking about the audio. Yes, there's audio. And I read the first and last chapters not the in between chapters, and the reason is honestly. I have asthma. And I can't read the whole book. Thank God their breaks and radio. So I read the first in the last chapter. You just get the hard copy and read it yourself. You know? And but those of you who like to drive and listen to it. We we have in fact produced that too. And but I want to thank you all and trust me when I tell you this book is written for you. It's not written for the left. It's not written for the elitist. It's written for you. Because it is we who are going to have to do something about off. And yeah, we're gonna have a lot of fun too. And I'm telling you we are wargin. Ising quite a. Well, quite quite a number of media interviews, the interest in this has been huge. We're going to do a one hour special. With Sean Hannity on FOX probably wasn't even allowed to say that we have other FOX programs. We have we're gonna have interviews with the Christian broadcasting network with our friends at the Washington Examiner of friends at Breitbart. Be talking about it on Levin. Tv, of course, in other places. So. We're going to reach out. And and we're hopeful that people who are serious people substantive people. We'll take a look at this and want to write about it. And you'll be able to see why I tell you when the book is released about chapter six and why the New York Times is going to try and screw us over. We will do very best. And of course, we will make a lot of noise we have a big megaphone here we went to hold their feet to the fire to especially them. But CNN MSNBC the other major networks. So for them. What's interesting in the research? I've done FOX as I've told you before according to the Harvard Shorenstein center is the most even-handed of the bunch fifty to forty eight percent fifty to negative forty eight percent positive in the reporting on the president of the first hundred days. That's why they get clobbered all the time. It's why they do exposes the FOX and their executives. That's why they lead boycotts and of certain hosts. On fox. That's why you have to destroy FOX. You see if they so called mainstream media. And that's the other thing we must stop using that phrase, there's nothing mainstream about it. Nothing. Now, one person wrote somewhere, I guess one of my Sosa brilliant person said, you know, you wrote in America opium. And you wrote in liberty and tyranny, I'm not using the word progressive said, we're using the word status. But I also explained going forward that while I believe their status, and I don't believe they're progressive in the natural understanding of the word. It becomes complicated in subsequent books. If I keep using a.

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"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KTRH

"Charm smarts. It all works up to the Mark Levin radio show. Well, I wanna thank you folks are going to my Facebook and Twitter sites. Most of the people you notice rich they like the selfie. Maybe I'll go into professional selfish shooting. Of course, that doesn't make any sense. But you get the point. And people are asking about the audio. Yes, there's audio. And I read the first and last chapters not the in between chapters, and the reason is honestly. I have asthma. And I can't read the whole book. Thank God their breaks and radio. So I read the first in the last chapter. You just get the hard copy and read it yourself. You know? But those of you who like to drive and listen to it. We we have in fact produced that too. And but I wanna thank you all and trust me when I tell you this book is written for you. It's not written for the left. It's not written for the elitist. It's written for you. Because it is we who are going to have to do something about us. And yeah, we're gonna have a lot of fun too. And I'm telling you we organizing quite a. While quite quite a number of media interviews, the interest in this has been huge. We're gonna do one hour special. Sean Hannity on FOX probably wasn't even allowed to say that we have other FOX programs. We have. Have interviews with the Christian broadcasting network with our friends at the Washington Examiner of friends at Breitbart? Talking about it on the TV, of course, in other places. So. We're going to reach out. And and we're hopeful that people who are serious people substantive people. We'll take a look at this and want to write about it. And you'll be able to see why I tell you when the book is released about chapter six and why the New York Times is going to try and screw us over. We will do very best. And of course, we'll make a lot of noise we have a big megaphone here. We went to hold their feet to the fire to especially them. But CNN MSNBC the other major networks. So for them. What's interesting in the research? I've done FOX as I've told you before according to the Harvard Shorenstein center is the most even handed of the bunch fifty to forty eight percent fifty to negative forty eight percent positive in the reporting on the president of the first hundred days. That's why they get clobbered all the time. Twi they do exposes the FOX and their executives. That's why they lead boycotts and of certain hosts. On fox. That's why you have to destroy FOX. You see if they so called mainstream media. And that's the other thing we must stop using that phrase, there's nothing mainstream about it. Nothing. Now, one person wrote somewhere, I guess one of my Sosa brilliant person said, you know, you wrote in America. And you wrote in liberty and tyranny, I'm not using the word progressive said, we're using the word status. But I also explained going forward that while I believe their status, and I don't believe they're progressive in the natural understanding of the word. It becomes complicated in subsequent books. If I keep using a word..

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"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KTOK

"Depend on. Well, I wanna thank you folks are going to my Facebook and Twitter sites. Most of the people you notice rich. They liked the selfie. Maybe I'll go into professional selfish shooting. Of course, that doesn't make any sense. But you get the point. And people are asking about the audio. Yes, there's audio. And I read the first and last chapters not the in between chapters, and the reason is honestly. I have asthma. And I can't read the whole book. Thank God their breaks and radio. So I read the first in the last chapter. You just get the hard copy and read it yourself. You know? But those of you who like to drive and listen to it. We we have in fact produced that too. And but I want to thank you all and trust me when I tell you this book is written for you. It's not written for the left. It's not Britain for the elitist. It's written for you. Because it is we who are going to have to do something about off. And yeah, we're gonna have a lot of fun too. And I'm telling you we are wargin. Ising quite a. Well, quite quite a number of media interviews, the interest in this has been huge. We're going to do a one hour special. With Sean Hannity on FOX probably wasn't even allowed to say that we have other FOX programs. We have we have interviews with the Christian broadcasting network with our friends at the Washington Examiner of friends at Breitbart. Be talking about it on Levin. Tv, of course, in other places. So we're going to reach out. And and we're hopeful that people who are serious people substantive people. We'll take a look at this and want to write about it. And you'll be able to see why I tell you when the book is released about chapter six and why the New York Times is going to try and screw us over. We will do very best. And of course, we will make a lot of noise we have a big megaphone here we went to hold their feet to the fire to especially them. But CNN MSNBC the other major networks. So for them. What's interesting in the research? I've done FOX as I've told you before according to the Harvard Shorenstein center is the most even-handed of the bunch fifty to forty eight percent fifty to negative forty eight percent positive in the reporting on the president of the first hundred days. That's why they get clobbered all the time. It's why they do exposes the FOX and their executives. That's why they lead boycotts and of certain hosts. On fox. That's why you have to destroy FOX. You see if they so called mainstream media. And that's the other thing we must stop using that phrase, there's nothing mainstream about it. Nothing. Now, one person wrote somewhere, I guess one of my Sosa brilliant person said, you know, you wrote in America opium. And you wrote in liberty and tyranny, I'm not using the word progressive said, we're using the word status. But I also explained going forward that while I believe their status, and I don't believe they're progressive in the natural understanding of the word, it becomes complicated in subsequent books. If I keep using a word. That is not specifically characterized by them for them. So that's what I've.

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"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on WTVN

"FOX and CNN an MSN say, they got it. Come to clapping. See us, not clapping. They're hungry. Go ahead. Just last week announced that Trump was banning aid to three Mexican countries. Yes. That was. Apologize for that. He said he wanted to. That's not the worst defense. They don't know. I don't know salmon they. Salmon or salmon like, you know in a bagel. I'll call him salmon shy call them Nova anyway, so salmon, I don't know how about that collusion thing. Does that annoy you? But FOX said three three, okay? Got it. How about that collusion thing day in and day out that bother? How about that holocaust denying stuff salmon net? Call you salmon does that bother you. You didn't bring you don't even know about it in this moron. Bill Maher doesn't know a damn thing about it. You'll know all about it. Go ahead port things as if they didn't happen reporting. Is that thing of the past? You just spent. Just spent ten minutes talking about how the media was doing a bad job. That is exactly the theme that we keep you job is different than not reporting at all when when not reporting at all you that much of a moron. Yes. He is. Actually, I think the whole world is the playboy mansion dummy. No, it's not the facts are the facts they've been looked at. Fox's fifty two percent negative on Trump forty eight percent positive. I mean, that's about as balanced as you can get. And that's not me. That's the Harvard Shorenstein center as you again. You'll see all the details. When the time comes. And yet the other six that they looked at in the first hundred days we're way over the top negative way over you can't call that reporting news. And of course, this is why start out the book by saying. Well, what is new and who decides what is journalism, and what are the standards for being a journalist? The answer. Is there aren't any? There aren't any even listen to this idiotic debate. What are they debating exactly they're debating their images in their impressions? They're not debating any substance. They say, yes, CNN is more responsible for news. Well, what kind of news the CNN report, exactly? And who are the news people versus the opinion people on CNN? Then we have the foggiest idea. None. Oh, holy on Cosco was there. Chelsea handler, salmon Rushdie, Danielle Platt guy, you heard her and Gideon rose. Wow. Go ahead. We have defeated ISIS. The next day. There was an ISIS attack and had killed Americans. Fox did not report it that's different that does not happen on the FOX. Then report it. I'm sure I saw it on FOX if not within twenty four hours within forty eight hours. Well, go ahead. But he's not done. Look at the mix of that's Bill Maher. And then listen to Bernie Sanders, you're going to see the uniformity. Between the entertainment culture. The democrat party. And the media. The uniform ity, it's incredible. And it's there you just heard Bill Maher. I want you to listen to Bernie Sanders with the Huffington Post on Saturday. But the Huffington Post on site, which is a left wing site. Cut four go. Fox News as a propaganda arm. And. Usually do your subsequently. So now, we have Bernie Sanders with a setup question. He they threw a grapefruit. Over the plate to the batter. The batter being Bernie Sanders. K- keep in mind. What you just heard on the Bill Maher show? Now, the Huffington Post news program, Bernie Sanders answers. Go ahead. Fox News as a propaganda arm for the Trump administration. Most respects, I think it is. You know, you have some people on there who think all serious I did in two thousand sixteen. I think it was a town hall with the Br bear we were very nervous.

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"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It wrong. Actually, I don't watch any of them. But I've seen FOX and CNN and say they got it come to clapping see us or not clapping. They're hungry. Go ahead. Just last week the nonce the Trump was banning aid to three Mexican countries. Yes. He said he wanted to. I don't know. I don't know salmon they. Salmon or salmon like, you know in a bagel. I'll call him salmon shy. Call him Nova anyways. So simon. I don't know how about that collusion thing. Does that annoy you? But FOX said three three. Okay. Got it. How about that collusion thing day in and day out bother you. How about that holocaust denying stuff salmon net? Call you salmon. Did that bother you? You didn't bring you don't even know about it in this moron. Bill Maher doesn't know a damn thing about it. You'll know all about it. Go ahead port things as if they didn't happen reporting is the thing of the past. You just spent just spent ten minutes talking about how the media was doing a bad job. That is exactly the same that we keep you job is different than not reporting. It all when when not reporting at all you that much of a moron. Yes. He is actually. You think the whole world is the playboy mansion dummy. Now, it's not the facts are the facts they've been looked at is fifty two percent negative on Trump forty eight percent positive. I mean, that's about as balanced as you can get. And that's not me. That's the Harvard Shorenstein center. As again, you'll see all the details. When the time comes. And yet the other six that they looked at in the first hundred days we're way over the top negative way over you can't call that reporting news. And of course, this is why start out the book by saying. Well, what is news? And who decides what is journalism, and what are the standards for being a journalist? The answer. Is there aren't any? There aren't any even listen to this idiotic debate. What are they debating exactly they're debating their images in their impressions? They're not debating any substance. They say, yes, CNN is more responsible for news. Well, what kind of news the CNN report, exactly? And who are the news people versus the opinion people on CNN? It led the foggiest idea. None. Oh, Hooghly on Cosco was there. Chelsea handler, salmon, Rushdie dental yelp let go you heard and Gideon rose. Wow. Go ahead. We have defeated ISIS. The next day. There was an ISIS attack. And it killed Americans. Fox did not report it that's different. That does not happen on the Foxton report. It. I'm sure I saw it on FOX if not within twenty four hours within forty eight hours. Well, go ahead. But he's not done. Look at the mix of that's Bill Maher. And then listen to Bernie Sanders, you're going to see the uniformity. Between the entertainment culture. The democrat party. In the media. Uniformity. It's incredible. And it's there you just heard Bill Maher. I want you to listen to Bernie Sanders with the Huffington Post on Saturday. But the Huffington Post on site, which is a left wing site. Cut four go at this point. Fox News is propaganda arms. Probably. Usually do your subsequently. So now, we have Bernie Sanders with a setup question. He they threw a grapefruit. Over the plate to the batter. The batter being Bernie Sanders. K- keep in mind. What you just heard on the Bill Maher show? Now, the Huffington Post news program, Bernie Sanders answers. Go ahead. Fox News is propaganda arm for the Trump administration. Most respects, I think it is. You know, you have some people on their who think all serious I did into sixty nothing was a town hall with the Br.

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"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KTOK

"Don't watch any of them. But I've seen FOX and CNN MSN say they got it there. Come the clapping ceus or not clapping. They're hungry. Go ahead. Just last week the nonce the Trump was banning aid to three Mexican countries. Yes. Did they? He said he wanted to. It's not the worst thing. In there. I don't know salmon they. Salmon or salmon like, you know in a bagel. I'll call him salmon. I call him Nova anyways. So salmon, I don't know how about that collusion thing. Does that annoy you? But FOX said three three. Okay. Got it. How about that collusion thing day in and day out that bother you? How about that holocaust denying stuff salmon net? Call you salmon does that bother you. You didn't bring you don't even know about it in this moron. Bill Maher doesn't know a damn thing about it. You'll know all about it. Go ahead port things as if they didn't happen reporting is the thing of the past you, just talk. Just spent ten minutes talking about how the media was doing a bad job. That is exactly the theme that we keep you job is different than not reporting at all when when not reporting it, all you that much of a moron. Yes. He is actually. You think the whole world is the playboy mansion dummy. No, it's not the facts are the facts they've been looked at. Fox's fifty two percent negative on Trump forty eight percent positive. I mean, that's about as balanced as you can get. And that's not me. That's the Harvard Shorenstein center as you again. You'll see all the details. When the time comes. And yet the other six that they looked at in the first hundred days we're way over the top negative way over you can't call that reporting news. And of course, this is why start out the book by saying. Well, what is new and who decides what is journalism, and what are the standards for being a journalist? The answer. Is there aren't any? There aren't any even listen to this idiotic debate. What are they debating exactly they're debating their images in their impressions? They're not debating any substance. They say, yes, CNN is more responsible for news. Well, what kind of news the CNN report, exactly? And who are the news people versus the opinion people on CNN? We have the foggiest idea. None. Oh, Houlihan Cosco was there. Chelsea handler, salmon Rushdie, Danielle Platt guy, you heard her and Gideon rose. Wow. Go ahead. We have defeated ISIS. The next day. There was an ISIS attack. And it killed Americans. Fox did not report it that's different. That does not happen on the Foxton report. It. I'm sure I saw it on FOX if not within twenty four hours within forty eight hours. Well, go ahead. But he's not done. Look at the mix of that's Bill Maher. And then listen to Bernie Sanders, you're gonna see the uniformity. Between the entertainment culture. The democrat party. And the media. The uniform eighty it's incredible. And it's there you just heard Bill Maher. I want you to listen to Bernie Sanders with the Huffington Post on Saturday. But the Huffington Post on site, which is a left wing site. Cut four go. At this point. Fox News is a propaganda arm. Probably. So do your subsequently. So now, we have Bernie Sanders with a setup question. He they they threw a grapefruit. Over the plate to the batter. The batter being Bernie Sanders. K- keep in mind. What you just heard it on the Bill Maher show. Now, the Huffington Post news program, Bernie Sanders answers, go ahead at this point. Fox News is a propaganda arm for the Trump administration. Most respects, I think it is. You know, you have some people on there all serious. I did in two thousand sixteen I think it was a town.

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"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KTRH

"Watch any of them. But I've seen FOX and C N N MSN say they got it there come to clapping ceus or not clapping. They're hungry. Go ahead. Just last week announced that Trump was banning aid to three Mexican countries. Yes. Wanted to. The worst defense. I don't know. I don't know salmon they. Salmon or salmon like, you know in a bagel. I'll call him salmon shy. Call him Nova anyways. So simon. I don't know how about that collusion thing. Does that annoy you? But FOX said three three Mexico. Okay. Got it. How about that collusion thing day in and day out that that bother you? How about that holocaust denying stuff salmon net? Call you salmon does that bother you. You didn't bring you don't even know about it in this moron. Bill Maher doesn't know a damn thing about it. You'll know all about it. Go ahead port things as if they didn't happen reporting is the thing of the past. You just spent. Just spent ten minutes talking about how the media was doing a bad job. That is exactly the theme that we keep your job is different than not reporting at all when when he not reporting it all that much of a moron. Yes. He is. Actually, you think the whole world is the playboy mansion dummy. No, it's not the facts of the facts they've been looked at. Fox's fifty two percent negative on Trump forty eight percent positive. I mean, that's about as balanced as you can get. And that's not me. That's the Harvard Shorenstein center as you again. You'll see all the details. When the time comes. And yet the other six that they looked at in the first hundred days we're way over the top negative way over you can't call that reporting news. And of course, this is why start out the book by saying. Well, what is new and who decides what is journalism, and what are the standards for being a journalist? The answer. Is there aren't any? There aren't any even listen to this idiotic debate. What are they debating exactly they're debating their images in their impressions? They're not debating any substance. They say CNN is more responsible for news. Well, what kind of news the CNN report, exactly? And who are the news people versus the opinion people on CNN? The foggiest idea. None o fully on Cosco was there. Chelsea handler, salmon Rushdie, Danielle Plaka, you heard her and Gideon rose. Wow. Go ahead. We have defeated ISIS. The next day. There was an ISIS attack and killed Americans. Fox did not report it that's different that does not happen on the FOX. Then report it. I'm sure I saw it on FOX if not within twenty four hours within forty eight hours. Well, go ahead. But he's not done looking at the mix of that's Bill Maher. And then listen to Bernie Sanders, you're gonna see the uniformity. Between the entertainment culture. The democrat party. In the media. The uniform eighty it's incredible. And it's there you just heard Bill Maher. I want you to listen to Bernie Sanders with the Huffington Post on Saturday. But the Huffington Post on sandwiches a left wing site. Cut four go at this point. Fox News is a propaganda arm. Probably can't. Do you absolutely? So now, we have Bernie Sanders with a setup question. He they threw a grapefruit. Over the plate to the batter. The batter being Bernie Sanders. K- keep in mind. What you just heard it on the Bill Maher show. Now, the Huffington Post news program, Bernie Sanders answers, go ahead at this point. Fox News is a propaganda arm for the Trump administration. Most respects, I think it is. You know, you have some people on there who think all serious did in two thousand sixteen. I think it was a town hall with the Br bear we were very nervous about it. We went over the growls.

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"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"He said he wanted to. The worst defense. I don't know. I don't know someone they had salmon or salmon like, you know, in a bagel. I'll call him salmon shy. Call him Nova anyways. So salmon, I don't know how about that collusion thing. Does that annoy you? But FOX said three three, okay? Got it. How about that collusion thing day in and day out that bother? How about that holocaust denying stuff salmon net? Call you salmon does that bother you. You didn't bring you don't even know about it in this moron. Bill Maher doesn't know a damn thing about it. You'll know all about it. Go ahead port things as if they didn't happen reporting is the thing of the past. You just spend talk of the spent ten minutes talking about how the media was doing a bad job. That is exactly the thing that we keep your job is different been reporting at all when when not reporting at all you that much of a moron. Yes. He is. Actually, I think the whole world is the playboy mansion dummy. No, it's not the fact of the facts they've been looked at. Fox's fifty two percent negative on Trump forty eight percent positive. I mean, that's about as balanced as you can get. And that's not me. That's the Harvard Shorenstein center. As again, you'll see all the details. When the time comes. And yet the other six that they looked at in the first hundred days we're way over the top negative way over you can't call that reporting news. And of course, this is why start out the book by saying. Well, what is new and who decides what is journalism, and what are the standards for being a journalist? The answer. Is there aren't any? There aren't any even listen to this idiotic debate. What are they debating exactly they're debating their images in their impressions? They're not debating any substance. They say CNN is more responsible for news. Well, what kind of news the CNN report, exactly? And who are the news people versus the opinion people on CNN? The foggiest idea. None. Oh, Hooghly on Cosco was there. Chelsea handler summon Rushdie, Danielle Plaka, you hurt her and Gideon rose. Wow. Go ahead. We have defeated ISIS. The next day. There was an ISIS attack that killed Americans. Fox did not report it that's different that does not happen on the FOX. Then report it. I'm sure I saw it on FOX if not within twenty four hours within forty eight hours. Well, go ahead. But he's not done. Look at the mix of that's Bill Maher. And then listen to Bernie Sanders, you're going to see the uniformity. Between the entertainment culture. The democrat party..

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"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"They apologize? He said he wanted to. The worst defense in there. I don't know. I don't know salmon they. Salmon or salmon like, you know in a bagel. I'll call him Senator. I call them Nova. Anyway, so salmon, I don't know how about that collusion thing. Does that annoy you? But FOX said three three Mexico. Okay. Got it. How about that collusion thing day in and day out that bother? How about that holocaust denying stuff salmon? I call you salmon does that bother you. He didn't bring you don't even know about it in this moron. Bill Maher doesn't know a damn thing about it. You'll know all about it. Go ahead port things as if they didn't happen reporting the thing of the past, and you just in talk of depending just spent ten minutes talking about how the media was doing a bad job. That is exactly the theme that we keep your job is different than not reporting at all when when not reporting it all that much of a moron. Yes. He is. Actually, I think the whole world is the playboy mansion dummy. Now, it's not the facts are the facts they've been looked at. Fox's fifty two percent negative on Trump forty eight percent positive. I mean, that's about as balanced as you can get. And that's not me. That's the Harvard Shorenstein center. As again, you'll see all the details. When the time comes. And yet the other six that they looked at the first hundred days we're way over the top negative way over you can't call that reporting news. And of course, this is why start out the book by saying. Well, what is new and who decides what is journalism, and what are the standards for being a journalist? The answer. Is there aren't any? There aren't any even listen to this idiotic debate. What are they debating exactly they're debating their images in their impressions? They're not debating any substance. They say, yes, CNN is more responsible for news. Well, what kind of news the CNN report, exactly? And who are in the news, people versus the opinion people on CNN. The foggiest idea. None. Oh, Houlihan Cosco was there. Chelsea handler summon Rushdie Danielle Plaka, you heard her and Gideon rose. Wow. Go ahead. We have defeated ISIS. The next day. There was an ISIS attack that killed Americans. Fox did not report it that's different. That does not happen on the Foxton report. It. I'm sure I saw it on FOX if not within twenty four hours within forty eight hours. Well, go ahead. But he's not done. Look at the mix of that's Bill Maher. And then listen to Bernie Sanders, you're going to see the uniformity. Between the entertainment culture. The democrat party. And the media. Uniformity. It's incredible. And it's there you just heard Bill Maher. I want you to listen to Bernie Sanders with Huffington Post on Saturday. But the Huffington Post on site, which is a left wing site. Cut four go. Fox News is a propaganda arm. And. Usually do you subsequently? So now, we have Bernie Sanders with a setup question. He they threw a grapefruit. Over the plate to the batter. The batter being Bernie Sanders. K- keep in mind. What you just heard on the Bill Maher show? Now, the Huffington Post news program, Bernie Sanders answers. Go ahead. Fox News is propaganda arm for the Trump administration. Most respects, I think it is you have some people on there. They all serious. I did in two thousand sixteen. I think it was a town hall with the Br bear we were very nervous about it. We went over the grounds kept his word was a foul. So I think they have some people who you could describe as as real journalist of. But obviously most of the thing is most of the station is right wing propaganda. Yes, you roster right wing propaganda. What is right wing propaganda. What does that mean? So if you're conservative when you defend your principles, you know, like individualism and liberty in the constitution of that Gration, you know, national sovereignty securing the border capitalism. I think that's right wing propaganda. And we know who he's talking about other than Bret Baier in the newsroom people. They like much like people on CNN or MSNBC. And so it is you see..

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"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:09 min | 3 years ago

"harvard shorenstein center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Not to mention the at least one and a half million people who uploaded a video of the livestream detect Facebook in the first twenty four hours following the event and it worked for the same reason the. Big Mac is reliably delicious. Wherever in the world. You order it. Franchisees know how to make the special sauce, but in an especially meta phenomenon in the aftermath of Christ's church. The media were aware of what they were doing as they did it and some against all impulses of who what when where why resisted amplifying the killers twisted ideology or even mentioning his name. Here's new Zealand Prime Minister just into our Dern. I'm pro you speak the names of those who lost rather than nine of the man who took them. He may have sought notoriety. But we and UCLA will give him nothing. Not even his name in this hour. We will examine the tension between the quest for understanding and the proliferation of evil, and we'll begin with Joan Donovan director of the technology and social change research project at Harvard Shorenstein center because those franchisee rules are now. Well, understood she says the media in the aftermath of Christ Church actually comported themselves better than in the past a facetiously. I've been declaring that we're winning because one of the main things that I've been asking for since two thousand sixteen is that journalists stop calling white supremacists for validation and verification about white, nationalist and white supremacist ideas. So the fact that we're not seeing new white supremacist platform d- in the media is. An amazing outcome of journalists learning from the past other things that I've been really happy to see very few. Journalists are directly linking to the manifesto. Of course, we're still seeing some screen shots. And that's a problem. But overall journalists are avoiding what we would call lurid curiosity explaining an annotating, this manifesto and the linking directly to it. And I think that that's important because when we linked to these things outside of our own articles, we invite our audiences to move away from our own explanations and framing 's and into the anonymous forums, which hero is this attacker. It's very important for journalists as well as researchers not to allow attackers as well as white nationalist and white supremacists to drive our attention to their issues and their claims God. Help us all if he posts a manifesto. We can't resist a manifesto. I think one of the problems that were also having and we need to address is the degree to which we even give ideas. Like this terms. We might use for artists are great thinker is the notion of the manifesto here. This is not really a manifesto. It's really disjointed. It makes reference to a bunch of different incoherent ideas. And in that sense. It's much more like a rant or screed. The other thing that we have to understand is that the screed functions a lot more like a press kit. We're also not going to get the conversation in the public that we need about Islam phobia. If we focus on this person's words, and ideas. All right. So let's say the mainstream press has learned from the past doesn't matter. If the problem is proliferation and me MRT and glorification. Doesn't the larger responsibility. Fall in the social networks on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram YouTube Facebook, took down a million and a half posts of the original massacre livestream, which is an astounding intervention. But ultimately just a drop in the bucket. This is not a rhetorical question. It's a question. Yeah. So when we talk about amplification, we do have to understand that the distribution of content online via journalists articles or user generated content is different from the ways in which the press has acted as a gatekeeper in the past. But I will say that the oppress still holds significant authority within the minds of the public as the first draft of history. And these are the documents that are going to survive this moment in internet history. So for instance, algorithms are not stable so in a week from now, we're going to see changes to what shows up on the first page of Google in a month. From now, we're going to see even more radical changes in terms of what happens when you search for Christ's church. So it's important that we do journalism today. So that other social scientists and historic. Ryan's have a record of what happened, but amplification is a passing problem. It's a problem of now, and I should say that this was a choice that Facebook made to take this content down one of the things that we've noted in the content moderation policies of Twitter, for instance, is that they don't take down certain posts that they consider newsworthy. Even if they are breaking their terms of service around harassment or hate speech or incitement to violence. And so we have to recognize that the platform companies are making a choice, but they haven't really developed a code of ethics or a set of principles about amplification that I think now that this event has happened that they will have to do in the future. On this show. We've often reported about the conflict of interest that faces the platforms. They literally prophet in dollars and cents from the interests of militias actors and just the morbid curiosity and impulses of billions of users now in the aftermath of something like Christ's church. It's of course, easy an important to ask tough questions of the press and to demand accountability from the platforms. But in some ways does not the fault lie within users within us. One of the things that the research that I did at data and society is really focused on is the way in which the prophet incentives on platforms, miss align with society or user interest. That is to say that if I post more and more extreme content. If I use my livestream to do something horrific in order to call attention to something I'm really incentivized by that platforms business model to do. So we cannot know what the intent of many of the one point five million uploads on Facebook were, but these are just people that support this ideology. Some of these are looking to upload the content for click bait we can know that some of them were profit driven. I guess what? I was getting at is that like you. I am also extremely suspicious of the one point five million uploads of that video. And I suspect the worst. But. To tell you the truth. A much more concerned with the whatever it is about human nature that makes this ecosystem survive in two thousand fifteen when I turned to studying hate movements online. I was really horrified to see the amount of places that you could go to if you were interested in white supremacy or white nationalism. And I can't say though, that that felt all that different from the communities that I was exposed to as a young punk rocker in Boston where there were a lot of skinheads who were doing active recruitment at different clubs, and and I've I've seen people fall into those traps of trying to make meaning out of their lives by hating others. And unfortunately, you know, the internet can do many things for many people. But we've also reached a scale now where we're not talking about small subcultures online. We're not talking about interest. Groups online what really scares me about the ways in which these communities foment their rage online is the degree to which they're becoming internationally networked. But in a strange way, I'm hopeful that the good nature of others will be able to overcome this as we face an expose this undercurrent.

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