Support Real News – Additional Resources

Below is a selection of blog posts from the News Media Alliance on Support Real News topics, a list of other Real News initiatives being led by major national news outlets, and other resources from news media outlets, including articles and videos.

 

Editorial Resources

Other Initiatives

Other Resources

 

EDITORIAL RESOURCES

The News Diet: Nutritious, Balanced and Real” Op-Ed Column by David Chavern, President & CEO, News Media Alliance (October 2, 2017)

 

“Support Real News” Op-Ed Column by David Chavern, President & CEO, News Media Alliance

 

The Three S’s of Fake News

 

Not Enemy of the People, Just Doing Our Jobs

 

Fake News: The Growing Phenomenon

 

Fighting Fake News

 

The Business of News in a Trump Presidency

 

When in Doubt, Blame the  News Media

 

OTHER REAL NEWS INITIATIVES

Associated Press – Not Real News  weekly roundup

 

Wall Street Journal – The Faces of Real News short films

 

Dana Mattioli, M&A Reporter
John Carreyrou, Investigative Reporter

 

New York Times – The New York Times to Launch Brand Campaign on the Search for Truth and the Importance of Independent Journalism 

The Truth is More Important Now Than Ever (video)

 

OTHER RESOURCES

Watch New York Times journalists talk about how they cover the news around the world.

(Video credit: The New York Times.)

 

Watch Los Angeles Times Columnist Patt Morrison talk about the role of journalists in ensuring a healthy democracy:

(Video credit: The Los Angeles Times.)

 

Baltimore Sun – Your Own Facts

 

Orlando Sentinel – Read Skeptically to Avoid Getting Fooled by Fake News 

 

LA Times –

 

Who’s to Blame for Fake news?

 

Want to Keep Fake News Out of Your Newsfeed? College Professor Creates List of Sites to Avoid

 

Inside a Long Beach Web Operation That Makes up Stories About Trump and Clinton: What They Do for Clicks and Cash

 

Having Google and Facebook Censor Content is No Way to Stop Fake News

 

Quartz – Bill Gates: “If anybody says we don’t need the media, that’s a little scary”

 

Wall Street Journal – Most Students Don’t Know When News Is Fake, Stanford Study Finds

 

 

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