SUBJECT AREA Communications
CREATED ON 18th October 2017
COMPLETED ON 20th October 2017
Expert hired: JOSHUA1

Is Fake News Really An Alternative to Corporate News

Essentially, social media news (like Brietbart) is considered fake news while actual television news organizations are considered fake news due to the fact that they supposedly hate Trump and are owned by corporations that have their own agendas (note how NBC was offered Ronan offered his Harvey Weinstien report which NBC "passed on" (they had financial deals with Weinstien) and Farrow ended up having his well re searched piece printed in the New Yorker. So, are the two news sources just as bad as each other or is one more reliable than the other.
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