How to change the narrative?


Shane Parrish elaborates on the importance of maintaining factual accuracy in media to combat the problem of fake news and delegitimization. He suggests that errors made by major news media can inadvertently give more power to false narratives. Therefore, it's crucial for news organizations, especially reputable ones, to stick with evidence-based reporting and minimize errors. Reliable reporting helps to maintain their credibility and avoid feeding into false narratives, thus reshaping and maintaining a positive and truthful narrative in public perception 1.

Fake News and Delegitimization

Douglas and Shane discuss the impact of fake news and the delegitimization of news sources. They explore whether fake news gains more power when there are real errors made by major news media and the importance of sticking to factual evidence-based reporting.

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How Modern Media Is Failing Its Mission | Douglas Rushkoff | TKP 124