Author: Hanna Liubakova
2019 WPI FellowFreelance journalist, Outride.rs
Bio: Hanna is an investigative journalist and researcher from Belarus. For the past six years she has written for various Belarusian and international media outlets. Her prior experience includes radio, digital and television production, including work for Radio Free Europe as a recipient of Vaclav Havel Fellowship. She also worked as a Belsat TV presenter and correspondent from Prague, London, Warsaw and Brussels, among others.
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What’s good about fake news
by Hanna Liubakova | Aug 27, 2019 | Journalism in the era of "fake news", Journalism in the Trump Era, Social Media in Politics and JournalismIn my first week as a World Press Institute fellow, I found myself at a discussion over the U.S. presidential election and journalism in the age of Trump. The term “fake news” has become widely used especially after Donald Trump’s first press conference as...
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