The media landscape is in constant flux. Social media platforms now allow almost anybody to become an ‘expert’ and opinions to be presented to the world as facts or as ‘news’. Politicians have seized on the opportunity to discredit news reports that they see as unfavourable as ‘fake news’. They too have become their own ‘publisher’, their messages sent out unfiltered and unchallenged. Whose Truth Is It Anyway? looks at how journalists across the world are coming to terms with this new reality.
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Africa Uncensored: The Journalists Exposing Corruption in Kenya
Fight for the Amazon: Brazil’s Media in the Age of Bolsonaro
The Truth in Numbers: Redefining Data Journalism Through Art
Fact and Friction: Reporting on Hong Kong’s Protests