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Press Accuracy Rating Hits Two Decade Low Public Evaluations of the News Media: 1985-2009 Overview The public’s assessment of the accuracy of news stories is now at its lowest level in more than two decades of Pew Research surveys, and Americans’ views of media bias and independence now match previous lows. Just 29% of Americans say that news organizations generally get the facts straight, while 63% say that news stories are often inaccurate. Operations Data Platform Beyond Application Monitoring This post is part of a series about the new Era of Log Analytics. Be sure to check out the post Application Troubleshooting & Investigation Best Practices if interested in some more advanced tips.
About — Linda Holmes I'm a podcast host, writer, radio maker, interviewer, Twitter liker, Twitter fearer, former lawyer, one-time college a cappella singer, occasional bread baker, photography dabbler, and very lucky weirdo. I'm the host of Pop Culture Happy Hour, NPR's roundtable culture and entertainment podcast. I'm also the creator of its pop culture blog, Monkey See. I've worked with most of the radio shows they have in some capacity: I've talked about pop culture on All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Weekend Edition. I once spent a week writing for Wait Wait, Don't Tell Me, took a turn guest-hosting Jesse Thorn's wonderful interview show Bullseye, and did a terrible job answering questions about music on a bonus episode of Ask Me Another. I do local live radio whenever they let me.
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