Episode 63: What has journalism lost in recent decades?

Michael Schaus

Free to Offend Episode 63 | Guest: Wayne Hoffman, president of Idaho Freedom Foundation

For decades, people’s trust in journalism and “the news” has been declining—and probably for good reason.

Wayne Hoffman, president of Idaho Freedom Foundation, is a former journalist and believe the changes we’ve seen within the media have made much of this declining trust inevitable. Wayne joins the program to discuss how journalism has changed in recent decades, how its poisoning public policy debates, and how we, as individuals, can become better consumers of news in an era of distrust and decentralized information.

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