Fake News is the New Mainstream News

article article A new generation of journalists is redefining news and how it is presented, says John Fritsch, author of the best-selling book “Media Matters for America.”

In a speech on “The Big Picture,” the co-founder of a major news outlet, Fritsche says the rise of fake news has transformed the news industry, the media, and politics in America.

“If you look at the news today, it’s not all that different than it was in the 1950s and 1960s, which is what I thought it would be in the 1940s,” Fritsches says.

“It was very, very hard to write about, very, hard to tell the truth about, and the news business is in the midst of a very different kind of revolution.”

Fake news is the new mainstream news, Frito-Lay says.

Frito Lay is buying Time Inc., an online-media company with millions of followers, to build a new brand.

And that’s the big news.

In an interview with NBC News, Fritz, who runs the Time Inc. website, said that in order to be credible, he’s got to get more than one story right every day, which means he has to get them all right.

He said he has a very hard time getting stories right.

Fritsch says it’s also a challenge for journalists to be more objective when they cover politics, but he says the media is moving in that direction.

“There is a lot of self-censorship,” Frito says.

But Frito thinks fake news is a serious problem, and he said that when he started in his job, he was often told to focus on news.

Now he said it’s the biggest problem.

He says the news media needs to start being more accurate.

Fritsays the real problem is that fake news and misinformation is used to distort the news.

He says it takes an army of reporters to take a story and turn it into an accurate one.

“You have to have an army to turn it to truth,” he says.

In his new book, Friedrichs lays out what he calls a “two-pronged approach” to news: 1) create a trusted news organization that can deliver quality journalism, and 2) help reporters be accurate in their reporting and present the truth.

“If you are going to be able to provide quality journalism and the truth to your audience, you have to start with the trust and credibility of the source,” Fries says.

Frito says that his mission is to build the trusted news company he believes in, but it’s a tough challenge.

“We need to create an army that can provide the credibility and the trust of the public,” Friedsch says.

That means more than just journalists.

“There is no one person in this world who is doing the work to build up trust in the media,” Frieghts says.

“It’s an enormous responsibility to do so and it’s going to take all of us working together,” Fritz says.