How To Be a Better Local News Consumer
Know Your News shares three tips to become a better local news consumer.
Do you know who powers the news you consume? Know Your News explains how to find out who owns your local media.
It's important to understand where your news comes from. Know Your News walks you through how to find who wrote and produced a local news story.
Journalism pioneer Jocelyn Dorsey shines a light on the importance of local news
Atlanta’s first African American TV news anchor speaks with GPB’s Donna Lowry about shrinking newsrooms, decreasing viewership and readership, and the resulting negative impacts on local communities.
CNN’s Ram Ramgopal shares newsroom inner workings
Speaking with GPB's Leah Fleming, CNN’s Executive Editor talks about how newsrooms gather and vet information, requirements for using anonymous sources, and the differences between journalists and commentators or other content creators.
Pulitzer Prize winner Douglas Blackmon talks about equity and ethics in journalism
Virginia Prescott sits down with GSU professor Douglas Blackmon to discuss how to identify misinformation, overcoming biology and misinformation to remain a responsible news consumer and the importance of showing and seeing the humanity of our neighbors in news stories.
The Biggest Source of Misinformation is Us
In this interview, University of Washington associate professor and author Jevin West talks about whether disinformation is really worse now than in the past, the susceptibility of different age groups to spreading misinformation, changes in how it's spreading, impacts on mental health, and much more.