How Fake News Should Inspire Media Accountability

If you live in San Luis Obispo County and consider yourself an active news reader, chances are you’ve heard about the controversial online tabloid, CalCoastNews, and its penchant for churning out InfoWars-style “reporting.” If you’re interested in learning more about them, their “reporters,” methods and activities, check out my book.

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TOAST Magazine Publisher, columnist and consultant from Morro Bay, California.

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