By Dylan R.N. Crabb
It is essential that citizens of any democratic society (republican or parliamentarian) remain informed about the performance of their government. Journalists and broadcasters are ideal channels for that information to flow through; the watchdogs of democracy. However; the danger of corruption is everywhere. What happens when the watchdogs are no longer reliable, when the watchdogs become leashed to the faces of power that they are supposed to keep watch on?
New media pundit, Myles Dyer, explains his grievances with establishment media tactics and why they are detrimental to journalism.