GWU's School of Media and Public Affairs Director Frank Sesno sits down with his class to get their take on coverage of the government shutdown and what they think the media could be covering better.
It's a sad commentary on the people we are supposed to trust to present us the news in a non-partisan way that they are already biased by the human centipede of Twitter following and very few sources that run critical or challenge one another–and certainly their own biases. You really need to hear both sides to have a good filter for discovering the truth. And doubly so if you're goal is to inform others. The public does not need your tainted view of the world.
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