The Role of a Journalist: To Go To Where there is the Most Disinformation – or No Information

I recently released this video, from Crimea, where I’m reporting from just now:

And I’ve written more about Crimea, one of the world’s hotspots of disinformation, here on the Truth Speaker –

https://thetruthspeaker.co/2017/09/10/graham-and-crimea-the-story-the-work/

And that’s why I’m in Crimea, because I believe it’s the role of a journalist to go to where there’s no information, or misinformation. Here, I must mention the US journalist Christopher Allen, recently killed while reporting from Sudan.

https://thetruthspeaker.co/2017/09/07/christopher-allen-kia-a-journalist-is-a-journalist/

I will also mention the journalist Kim Wall here, tragically killed in August, by Danish inventor Peter Madson, as she reported from his homemade submarine, Nautilus. This, moving tribute to Kim, here.

Here, my recently completed documentary from a place you’ve most likely never heard of, but with some real significance – Belval – 

[https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=5018&v=mj62MxKjVdM]

Belval was a place to go for me because of a deficit of any information from there. A place from which there is plenty of information is North Korea. But, how much of it is disinformation?

I’m pleased to announce I’ve just completed an exclusive interview with the makers of North Korea documentary, The Haircut: 

And that’s the role of a true journalist, to go to where there’s no information, or misinformation!

Coming soon on the Truth Speaker!

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