When Media Objectivity Contains Subtle Biases - US Journalism Professor Terry Mattingly – Hope 103.2

When Media Objectivity Contains Subtle Biases – US Journalism Professor Terry Mattingly

When it comes to informing public opinion, do our free media reflect all views? US Journalism Professor Terry Mattingly is deeply concerned that American media has reached a point where people turn only to news sources that confirm their own bias. He urges Christians and other faiths to speak up for conservative social and moral views.

By Stephen O'DohertyThursday 15 Jun 2017Open House InterviewsCultureReading Time: 1 minute

Listen: Terry Mattingly in conversation with Stephen O’Doherty

Does the media give us an objective view on all issues? Is objectivity, once the hallmark of respected journalism, giving way to a zeitgeist or cultural norm in which moral issues are deemed to be settled and faith-based perspectives either ignored or ridiculed?

US Journalism Professor Terry Mattingly is deeply concerned that American media has reached a point where people turn only to news sources that confirm their own bias. He urges Christians and other faiths to speak up for conservative social and moral views.