In the past, radio stations worked hard to be the destination for information. Programmers worked and worked to break stories and become trusted sources. A reputation for news credibility was important. But times have changed.

This article explores the value of news credibility on personality-oriented radio shows. Including:

  • Who has news credibility today?
  • Why most stations should not worry about it at all!
  • The argument is that perspective and humor are more important than facts and information.

News Credibility


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