Como explicar o festival de tolices que é retratado na série "Aprenda a duvidar dos media" já com 25 partes.
"Most people distrust us and have stopped buying our products. Populists in particular, from Marine Le Pen to Donald Trump, make a living out of insulting us..
Worse, they have a point.
In today’s populist moment, the media — like every establishment group — need to change. Journalists should spread into the provinces and listen to ordinary people.
National media have probably always over-covered the metropolis. When I began reading British newspapers as a teenager in London, I assumed I was reading local London editions, because almost all the news was about London (north of the river). The first time I went somewhere else in Britain and bought a national newspaper, I realised: it is a London paper. It’s just called a national newspaper.
The obvious solution is to station more journalists “out there”. That would save reporters the bother of dashing around the metropolis covering what the historian Daniel Boorstin called “manufactured pseudo-events”, such as lying press conferences that, anyway, are now streamed online. It would end the absurdity of having the American commentariat take the nation’s pulse from Brooklyn. It would show people “out there” that the media know they exist.
Sending educated young people to the countryside may sound like a Maoist re-education campaign but the media need a shake-up. Just 43 per cent of Europeans now trust the written press, reports the European Commission."
Trechos retirados de "Journalists need to get out more"