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Wall Street Journal is well known for reporting the news as it is.
It serves a healthy dose of reality from both sides of the political spectrum.
This is a world where money seems to have such control over journalistic integrity. When it comes to “censorship”, news can be censored either by the over-reach of government entities, or by a corporate stranglehold on the editorial processes of news organizations. It would be naive of anyone to believe that the people writing the paychecks for those reporting the news don’t hold some sway over what news gets reported, and how it gets reported. It is actually where most journalists seek out their own news stories to report on.
Is there no place for the reader to turn for unbiased news? It could be an angle placed on news stories about state organizations or policies that are financed by state leadership themselves. John Daniszewski for the AP wrote a piece about fake news on social media titled “Getting the facts right“.
If you believe that no single news organization can be completely free of intrinsic bias, then Google News gives you a place where you can at least see the news reported from the entire spectrum. media outlets were pandering so much to both corporate and government interests, I started searching outside of the U. As just one example of the integrity of this news organization, related to the alleged Trump dossier, the BBC wrote:“All major media outlets have stressed that the report’s allegations are unsubstantiated. So, the only alternative for Americans (or anyone for that matter), is to turn to foreign news sources for the whole story.There is no better example of this than the Xinhua News Agency – the mouthpiece of the Peoples Republic of China, or TASS, the news agency owned by the Russian government. He cited a memo sent out to AP staff by Social Media Editor Eric Carvin where Eric wrote: Again, politics make the best gauge. S., those controlling the journalists’ pens are corporate leaders rather than government leaders. S., there are six corporate media giants that own 90% of the U. media market — GE, News-Corp, Disney, Viacom, Time Warner, and CBS. CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, The New Yorker, and The Blaze are just a few examples. It is and has always been the epitome of clear and unbiased global journalism and reporting.WSJ journalists tell it like it is, without letting their own biases (or the biases of the corporate ownership) filter down into the story.This isn’t an easy thing to accomplish with any news organization.