Festival recap: Margaret Sullivan on how the disaster in native information diminishes democracy
On Wednesday, April 27, MinnPost welcomed Margaret Sullivan, media columnist on the Washington Post, to debate the dire disaster dealing with journalism, particularly on the native degree, and the true ways in which degrades democratic participation and public accountability. The dialog additionally previewed Margaret’s forthcoming memoir about her 40-year profession as a journalist, together with her time as public editor on the New York Times. I had the pleasure of moderating the dialog with Margaret, and I actually loved the possibility to speak along with her and hope we will convey her again for an additional MinnPost occasion sooner or later.
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