THE CONVERSATION: ‘Post-truth’ media really is shifting the news agenda – and more subtly than it seems

  • Precious Chatterje-Doody

Press/Media: Expert comment

Description

As stories of Russian “information warfare” in various Western countries continue to mount, governments, intelligence agencies and journalists are fretting over the influence of global media outlets funded by autocratic governments. But while these organisations are clearly meant to serve their sponsor governments’ agendas in various ways, is the West right to be so worried about them?

Period1 Sep 2017

Media coverage

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Media coverage

  • Title‘Post-truth’ media really is shifting the news agenda – and more subtly than it seems
    Media name/outletThe Conversation
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    Date1/09/17
    DescriptionAs stories of Russian “information warfare” in various Western countries continue to mount, governments, intelligence agencies and journalists are fretting over the influence of global media outlets funded by autocratic governments. But while these organisations are clearly meant to serve their sponsor governments’ agendas in various ways, is the West right to be so worried about them?
    URLhttps://theconversation.com/post-truth-media-really-is-shifting-the-news-agenda-and-more-subtly-than-it-seems-82349
    PersonsPrecious Chatterje-Doody

Keywords

  • media
  • Russian media
  • post-truth