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Media Literacy Maven Video: Analyzing Press Choices

Using newspapers from the Newseum’s Today’s Front Pages exhibit, the maven looks at how different papers covered an address by President Trump to Congress.

  • Type
    Video
  • Date
    March 2017
  • Copyright
    Restricted

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Learn how to identify a news outlet’s potential biases or preferences based on things such as article placement, headline and image selection.

President Trump’s speech was on Feb. 27, 2017. This video was originally recorded via Facebook Live.

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