Now more than ever, the press is a part of every story it covers. And CNN's "Reliable Sources" is one of television's only regular programs to examine how journalists do their jobs and how the media affect the stories they cover.
Brian Stelter is the host of "Reliable Sources" and the senior media correspondent for CNN Worldwide. Before he joined CNN in November 2013, Stelter was a media reporter for The New York Times. He is the author of the New York Times best-seller "Top of the Morning."
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While the journalists may revise their 'rough drafts of history' more often, as you say, the revisions tend to merely paraphrase what went before. Hence the Ron Paul newsletter material is swallowed and regurgitated with a bit of 1995 youTube conflated into the mess every now and then.
A few interviews with the Austin NAACP leader, or reference to online 'zine thyBlackMan's assessment of the claims could have doused the hysteria a bit.
It's not that the people distrust, as you say, the media without reason; and you concede the environment that contributes to the ADD you lament: surrounded by dozens of monitors, there's no time to track stories and issues except as the track is a fairly well-worn rut.