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Given the sheer volume of news available, how can the average person separate fact from fiction? This series draws from common sense, critical thinking skills, and universal standards of journalism to give viewers the tools to discern fact from fiction in news reports, identify fake news, and evaluate the biases of real news.

Readers are the first line of defense against the dissemination of bogus reports.
Media literacy has become a necessity in modern culture.
Media literacy has become a necessity in modern culture.
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Learn to identify fake news and evaluate the biases of legitimate news sources.
Attempts to influence U.S. election results through misinformation are explored.
Readers are the first line of defense against the dissemination of bogus reports.
Attempts to influence U.S. election results through misinformation are explored.
What if there were right answers to many of the world’s most pressing disputes?
What if there were right answers to many of the world’s most pressing disputes?
What is the role of consumers and advertisers in the complex ecosystem of news?
AI, big data, and machine learning may be used to help stop fake news in the future.
AI, big data, and machine learning may be used to help stop fake news in the future.
What is the role of consumers and advertisers in the complex ecosystem of news?
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