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Chris Stirewalt: Broken News
March 29 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Chris Stirewalt, former Fox News political editor, gives an inside view of the rage-driven political environment the United States has been plunged into. From Amazon: “Rage revenue-addicted news companies are plagued by shoddy reporting, sensationalism, groupthink, and partisan tribalism. Newsrooms rely on emotion-driven talk to entrance conflict-addled super users.”
This event is free to attend, but registration is required via the Eventbrite link.
Stirewalt is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he focuses on American politics, voting trends, public opinion, and the media. He is concurrently political editor of NewsNation and a contributing editor and weekly columnist for The Dispatch. Before joining AEI, he was political editor of Fox News Channel, where he helped coordinate political coverage across the network and specialized in on-air analysis of polls and voting trends.
This program is offered in partnership with Florida Humanities as part of a multi-year series “UNUM: Democracy Reignited.
The Village Square welcomes streaming partners National Institute for Civil Discourse, BridgeUSA, Listen First Project, USC Dornslife Center for the Political Future, Common Ground Committee, Civic Health Project, YOUnify, Citizen Connect, Center for the Humanities at University of Miami, Tallahassee Democrat, WFSU Public Media, and the Network for Responsible Public Policy.
March 29 @ 7:00 pm -
March 29 @ 8:30 pm