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3,792 views • October 1, 2022

Why Did Activism Take Over Journalism?—Amber Athey Cuts Through the Information War | TEASER

“These corporate outlets have really blurred the lines so aggressively that people can't even tell the difference anymore between who is actually trying to impart truth, and who is trying to impart an agenda,” says Amber Athey, The Spectator’s Washington editor and a senior fellow at the Steamboat Institute. How did activism take over journalism? And what will it take to cut through the information war? “Their power comes in their stranglehold on information. And if they don't have that anymore, then they no longer are able to operate with this monopoly that they've enjoyed over the past few decades,” Athey says.
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