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  • Took place Sep 9, 2021

Reputable news sources adhere to a combination of age-old and modern-day standards, which are much more stringent than the social media community standards many are familiar with. How does a news source show that it has standards it follows and why does that matter? How do you differentiate between good and bad, reliable and unreliable information sources? This session, led by journalists Dave Hage and Kelly Smith from the Star Tribune, will explore how to look for signs that your news sources are practicing journalism standards, and how that impacts the information they share.

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Media Landscapes
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Linda Mork

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