Rappler Talk: Press Freedom Day in a post-truth world
MANILA, Philippines – Reporters Without Borders earlier warned that press freedom has never been as threatened as it is now – with populist leaders and their supporters attacking the media, as well as the the rise of fake news.
As we celebrate Press Freedom Day on May 3, how should journalists navigate a post-truth world?
Rappler talks to UNESCO Assistant Director‐General for Communication and Information Frank La Rue on the value of press freedom in a post-truth world. – Rappler.com
Critical Mirrors | In a critical time for journalism – marked by sliding profits, declining audiences, and claims of growing disconnect between the media and their public – how can free, quality journalism make better societies?
As the world observes World Press Freedom Day 2017, Rappler, in cooperation with UNESCO, is publishing stories and ideas about press freedom and the challenges faced by journalists around the world.