What Does Credible News Look Like?


July 30, 2019


Truth-seeking and truth-telling are two historic and foundational principles of true journalists but something isn’t quite right with the current trend of news reporting.

A variety of surveys and polls indicate an increasing decline in trust of news media outlets as a whole — and in some cases, individual reporters. Credibility issues with the media has become a common topic among Americans.

On this week’s TAB News, co-hosts Jennifer Rash and Debbie Campbell talk with Clay Carey, assistant professor of journalism and mass communication at Samford University in Birmingham, about the concern related to credible news sources.

Following the 27-minute interview, TAB staff members and correspondents will present an audio digest of this week’s issue including news, features, Dr. Batson’s Theology 101 column and Sunday School commentaries.

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