Matthieu Dalle


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In the Revolution, until the mid 19th century, being a journalist or being a reporter–it wasn't really a profession. You had things to say, you had political opinion you wanted to express, and then you would print a newspaper. In the second half of the 19th century and then in the 20th century, journalism–the newspaper business–it became a profession with professional people. That's when you had people editing articles, fact checkers… It's as the profession developed that it established some basic rules of what is good journalism and what is not good
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Jul 14 2017
Matthieu Dalle has most recently been quoted in an article called In the age of Trump, the US media is turning French-and that might not be a good thing. Matthieu Dalle said, “If you go back to that period of the French Revolution with the pamphlets and all those feuilles, it was impossible to distinguish between fact and opinion. Your typical revolutionary publication would actually be very militant. The articles were more like speeches, trying to incite the population to rebel against the monarchy. But fact–in terms of what is fact and what is opinion and what is commentary–that was all mixed together. It was all about trying to convince your side that you were in the right.”. Matthieu Dalle has been quoted a grand total of 3 times in 1 article.
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