Blur: How to Know if It’s True

Tom Rosenstiel, The Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism

In the new media age, consumers are the gatekeepers over their own media consumption. How can they know what information is reliable, which media are fair, and whether something has been vetted and is accurate? Drawing on the work of his new book, “Blur: How to Know What’s True in in the Age of Information Overload,” media critic Tom Rosenstiel describes the six questions everyone should ask about any media they encounter.

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