42 On-Air Journalists Talk Working in the Age of Fake News

Donald Trump calls them the "enemy of the people." Critics accuse them of peddling "Fake News." Bombs are mailed to their offices. As the most visible members of the media, on-air journalists are often at the frontlines of any attacks on the Fourth Estate. And in a turbulent climate, these men and women who appear on our TV sets and screens each morning, noon and night to report the news and keep you informed may be the only ones able to keep our democracy safe.
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