These days, thanks to the internet, anyone can be a publisher, offering "alternative facts" and outlandish conspiracy theories to receptive audiences. Inconvenient truths from legitimate news organizations are frequently being attacked as "fake news." How did we get into this mess and what can we do about it?
Dennis Stern has worked as a journalist and newspaper executive for most of his career, including 28 years at the New York Times.
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