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In defense of journalism, with Anthony De Ceglie

18 April 2024

3:00 AM

18 April 2024

3:00 AM

It’s easy to forget that journalists were once invested with immense trust by citizens. This is no longer the case. Journalists are amongst the least trusted members of society, and it has been largely self-inflicted.

The rise of activist journalism over objective journalism, the rush for online clicks, and the narcissistic desire of too many to transition from being journalists to media personalities has blighted the profession.

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