Daily U.S. newspaper circulation has dropped below pre-World War II levels

Daily U.S. newspaper circulation has dropped below pre-World War II levels

by WorldTribune Staff, June 2, 2017 The shift from print to all-digital delivery has led to a drop in newspaper circulation to levels not seen since before World War II, according to an industry review. The Pew Research Center in its “State of the News Media” review said daily newspaper circulation has dropped to a […]

A world of unreported news

A world of unreported news

Special to WorldTribune.com The following was originally published on , April 5, 1998 Robert Morton, The Washington Times Does foreign news still matter now that there is no apparent Soviet threat to U.S. national security? Should Americans debate the implications of the famine in North Korea’s totalitarian never-never land, the proliferation of nuclear weapons fueled […]

Free Press Foundation to combat breakdown in American media culture

Free Press Foundation to combat breakdown in American media culture

by WorldTribune Staff, April 5, 2017 America is facing a breakdown in the free press which endangers the nation, say a group of news professionals who are taking action in response. The crisis came glaringly to the forefront during the 2016 presidential election and coverage of the ensuing Trump administration, according to the Internet site […]

From trust to disgust in the American press

From trust to disgust in the American press

Wesley Pruden The distrust of the media becomes total. That’s hardly news to anyone, except to the clueless editors and publishers of the big newspapers and the big mules of the television networks, who see their audiences shrinking and wonder why. A new survey by Gallup asked Americans how much trust and confidence they have […]

What the old media is not reporting on Honduras

Special to WorldTribune, July 1, 2009 By Cliff Kincaid, Accuracy in Media On Tuesday the leftist governments of Barack Obama and Hugo Chavez sponsored a United Nations resolution that condemned the people of Honduras for resisting the spread of communism by evicting a would-be dictator, former President Manuel “Mel” Zelaya. Many people in Honduras view […]

The overlooked geopolitics in U.S. news coverage about Honduras

Special to WorldTribune, June 30, 2009 By Cliff Kincaid, Accuracy in Media The so-called “military coup” in Honduras was a successful effort by Honduran patriots to preserve their constitutional system of government from an international alliance of communists and socialists backed by Iran. Not surprisingly, America’s Marxist President has come down on the anti-American side. […]

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