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Do Du think CNN is fake news?

 Crazedsitcomfan posted vor 3 Monaten
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kingcesar67 said:
Oh i don't think CNN is fake news. I know that it's fake like i know conservative stations usually are.

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posted vor 3 Monaten 
ChiliPepperLuv said:
I don't think it's necessarily fake. Just because news is negative doesn't mean it's fake. I do think that there might be some bias, though. All news has some bias in it. Different reporters Berichten differently, and sometimes their opinions get thrown in, and Du don't know opinion from fact sometimes. I don't watch the news anymore, because I'm tired of it all being biased. I listen for the weather, and that's it.
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Chibi-Chipette said:
My social studies teacher makes us watch CNN news for 10 Minuten everyday. I doubt it's fake.
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ThePrincesTale said:
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Just because Du can't trust everything in the media, it doesn't mean Du shouldn't trust anything. Trump calls CNN "fake news" in a deliberate and calculated attempt to create a sense of uncertainty about whether the facts are knowable (which is taking a page from the Kremlin, for whom this is their preferred disinformation tactic). Do people not see how incredibly advantageous it is (horrifyingly so) for a politician to do this? To deliberately undermine the the idea of truthfulness in the media, the main accountability measure that will call out politicians for their BS? I fucking hate seeing so many people call "fake news" on a story that reflects negatively on Trump. They've fallen for this con so badly.

Aside from that, CNN is among the Mehr reliable broadcasters, apparently.

Edit: a useful infographic
Bearbeiten 2: a link to the image because Fanpop makes it too small.
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 Please [url=http://www.lbc.co.uk/radio/presenters/stig-abell/stig-abell-trump-is-gaslighting-us-all-you-fools/]watch this.[/url] Just because Du can't trust everything in the media, it doesn't mean Du shouldn't trust [i]anything[/i]. Trump calls CNN "fake news" in a deliberate and calculated attempt to create a sense of uncertainty about whether the facts are knowable (which is taking a page from the Kremlin, for whom this is their preferred disinformation tactic). Do people not see how incredibly advantageous it is (horrifyingly so) for a politician to do this? To deliberately undermine the the idea of truthfulness in the media, the main accountability measure that will call out politicians for their BS? I fucking hate seeing so many people call "fake news" on a story that reflects negatively on Trump. They've fallen for this con so badly. Aside from that, CNN is among the Mehr reliable broadcasters, apparently. Edit: a useful infographic Bearbeiten 2: a [url=http://ei.marketwatch.com//Multimedia/2016/12/15/Photos/NS/MW-FC101_news_20161215131112_NS.jpg?uuid=dd9266d2-c2f1-11e6-9176-001cc448aede]link[/url] to the image because Fanpop makes it too small.
posted vor 2 Monaten 
zanhar1 said:
I think that it's biased news. I think a lot of news sources are anymore.
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posted vor 2 Monaten 
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A bit sensationalist maybe, but is it really biased to one particular side of politics?
ThePrincesTale posted vor 2 Monaten
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I don't think it's biased to one side I think that certain news outlets are biased to either one side oder another. I find it hard to find a news outlet that's truly neutral.
zanhar1 posted vor 2 Monaten
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I think many mainstream outlets are pretty much non-partisan (CNN, BBC, Washington Post). The trick is using a few of them at once. I disagree with people 'throwing the baby out with the bathwater' with mainstream media and just not trusting any of it, instead turning to 'alternative' outlets that advertisement themselves as a 'real, unfiltered news' oder 'a force against fake news' (these are often very biased and partisan). Mainstream media, despite its faults, will always be better than these types of sites. What about PBS News? The public broadcaster equivalent in Australia is extremely unbiased/neutral + very reliable because it’s mandated in their charter that they must be, and they undergo regular audits.
ThePrincesTale posted vor 2 Monaten
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Tbh I don't watch the news all that much anyhow. Only when it's on. But I would say that you're right about it being a problem with the mainstream. The one my grandma watches is pretty alright.
zanhar1 posted vor 2 Monaten
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