Discover Where Conservative Media Are Headed in 2020 and Beyond—With One of The Atlantic’s Top 50 Political Commentators.
Read any New York Times headline. Watch any CNN update.
You don’t need a degree to identify the layers of bias.
If conservative perspectives are discussed, it’s usually with derision—and often outright hostility.
Even with gaping holes in credibility, the mainstream media retain powerful control over the news and narratives being fed to Americans.
How can conservatives respond?
Is it better to have conservatives like Ross Douthat writing for the New York Times? Or should we rely on opposition media like Fox News?
What role should media have within the conservative movement?
Where are the media headed in the post-Trump era?
You’ll hear the answers to these questions and more in this episode of *Conservative Conversations with ISI *featuring Jonah Goldberg, whom The Atlantic named one of the top 50 American political commentators.
Goldberg is the bestselling author of The Suicide of the West, The Tyranny of Cliches, and Liberal Fascism; a nationally syndicated columnist; host of The Remnant podcast; a longtime National Review editor; and a founder of a new media company, The Dispatch. Now he joins ISI to explore the past, present, and future of conservative media—and to answer YOUR questions in real time.
Tune in to this episode of Conservative Conversations with ISI at 7 p.m. ET on Thursday, June 18, to get unprecedented insight into conservatism and media.
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