How to Make Sense of the News

How do you find out about the news that’s important to you? The decline of newspapers, the actual physical kind, has led some to make assumptions about how much news people want, or are willing to read. But is that true? We sometimes feel bombarded with news. So how are our choices influencing our understanding of the world around us? On this episode of Media Inside Out, host Sherri Hope Culver along with guests Journalism Professor Linn Washington and Pat Loeb, City Hall bureau chief for KYW Newsradio, explore how we make sense of the news and what it means to be an informed citizen in today’s information-overflowing digital world.

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