字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Good evening. I'm Anthony Mason. Hello. I'm Wolf Blitzer in Washington, Speeding Just Seaport in the state. Welcome to the World News from Al Jazeera News. You are fake news, sir. Let's examine the very creation process a little closer becoming illiterate news Consumer requires us to be able to identify legitimate journalism. Legitimate journalism seeks truth, but how do we define that truth? Truthful reporting comes from using facts that can be confirmed. All the details may not be known, but a news story should include the latest version of events based on verified facts. Truth is a journey that evolves over time. It is not possible for us to read one newspaper on one day and get a complete picture of world events. We must seek out multiple sources newspapers, magazines, television and, yes, the Internet. In Iran recently, massive street demonstrations took place throughout the country. When news organizations reported on these events, the evidence was clear. Images of the protests appeared on television, in newspapers and on the Internet. Literate news Consumers could be certain that demonstrations took place, but not all evidence is captured on digital equipment. Sometimes evidence comes in the most unreliable form memory. It is well known that if a police officer interviews 10 witnesses about a crime, he will receive 10 different versions of events. Yet all were witnesses. A journalist seeking the truth should interview as many witnesses as possible in search of the true story. One of the most exciting developments in the smartphone age is the ability of private citizens to record events as they happen. In May of 2017 former North Charleston, South Carolina, police officer Michael Slager admitted in court to shooting and killing Walter Scott. But two years earlier, Officer Slager stated that Scott pulled over for a traffic violation had grabbed for his gun. Many news organizations reported Slager's version of the incident, but the next day a video emerged clearly showing that Slager was lying. He shot Scott in the back as he ran away. News organizations quickly corrected and updated their earlier reporting. Verification is the responsibility of both news organizations and journalists, but illiterate news consumer also checks often for updates or for corrections in stories because he realizes that sometimes even journalists make mistakes.