Truth first casualty of the internet?

More people are tuning into what bloggers have to say, but should we trust them?
When his site reached 1 billion hits in 2002, American blogger Matt Drudge – the self-styled Walter Cronkite of online journalism – fired off a potshot at old media. Online grassroots voices, he claimed, could offer something corporate-owned media couldn’t: full freedom in reporting.

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