If you haven’t yet tapped into a Microscope interview, you are missing the best kind of TV news: in-depth, critical, comprehensive, informative, and still surprising.
This time around we zero in on the concept of “fake news.”
Buyer beware! Is it all lies? What is the truth? Who can you believe these days?>
In “Microscope:The Good News,” Chris Ison, Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota School of Journalism & Mass Communications, talks about the virulence of suspect information, the centuries’ old tradition of making stuff up and (almost) getting away with it, and integrity & trustworthiness in “The Media.”