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The Challenges to Impartial and Independent Journalism

The Challenges to Impartial and Independent Journalism

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The Challenges to Impartial and Independent Journalism

In a democratic society, independent and impartial journalism plays a central role by providing unbiased and reliable information to the public. Its importance lies in its ability to hold those in power accountable, uncover hidden truths, and give voice to marginalized communities. In an era where misinformation and fake news are rampant, free and impartial journalism ensures that citizens are well-informed and able to make informed decisions. However, The Centre for Freedom of the Media (CFOM) at Sheffield University, has said, that press freedom globally is in decline.

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