In the world of news, the media landscape has changed, but a lot of people still don’t know how to distinguish between news outlets and political news outlets.
Here’s how to figure it out.
OutFront is a new podcast about news, entertainment and politics produced by Vox Media, a nonprofit news and entertainment publisher.
We’ve created an online toolkit that includes everything you need to start your own media analysis project.
If you want to learn more about the media bias problem and what you can do to fix it, check out OutFront.
The podcast was produced in partnership with Vox Media and OutFront, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that focuses on the intersection of journalism, political journalism, and digital media.
OutFront co-hosts Emily Paltrow, Laura Sydell, and Emily Renda discuss the intersection between the media and politics and the ways in which they intersect.
Listen to the OutFront podcast, featuring OutFront host Emily Peltrow, below:Subscribe to OutFront on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Read more Vox Media co-founder and CEO Ezra Klein and Vox Media chief content officer Ben Dreyfuss have written a series of posts on media bias on Vox.
Vox has also created OutFront to help readers better understand and navigate news outlets in the context of a changing political landscape.
The first part of this series of podcasts is called “The Media Bias Machine,” which explains how the media affects the way we think about news and politics.
In the second part, we explore the media’s role in politics, and we discuss the challenges facing media outlets in fighting back against misinformation and misinformation campaigns.
Read the Outfront podcasts below:If you like what you hear, we’d love to hear from you.
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