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the headlines here on our t.v. donald trump casts doubt on next month's planned meeting with north korea's kim jong il historic talks may be delayed or may not take place at all we are working on something and you know this is a chance to work out there's a chance there's a very substantial chance it won't work out. protests against the government reforms turned violent and with demonstrators clashing with police there are a number of. the british government has sharply criticized for its response to the ground fire almost a year on from the tragedy a public inquiry is only now just getting underway looking into why some of the two
people lost their lives in the london tower block. i don't think they're doing enough for the government haven't done enough not nearly enough no that's not enough so i can see. you can head over to our web site for the full story i'll be back with headlines again in about an hour's time and now it's cost. and welcome to crossfire where all things are considered i'm peter lavelle we've all gotten used to it the media hate trump and the president returns the favoring kind how is this mutually charged hate fest changed media and journalism of corporate liberal media report the news anymore and is journalism today a fake profession in the service of partisanship.
talking media wars i'm joined by my guest the new york he is a political pundit and journalist contributing to the huffington post also in new york we have lionel he is a legal analyst and news decoder at lionel media dot com and in los angeles very early in the morning we have ron paul cohn he is a comedian a frequent guest on the jimmy door show and the young turks as well as host of his own streaming show get your news on with ron i love how that rhymes are a general across the groups and if they can jump in anytime you want to i always appreciate it let me go to you first in new york just very broadly speaking how is the media changed in the age of trump because in the age of trump trump doesn't change it seems go ahead lionel in new york ok first of all let's talk about news media versus the media here's how it's changed we often use the term mainstream
media to define people like a.b.c. n.b.c. and m s d n c and fake news c.n.n. that's not mainstream anymore what's mainstream is this what's mainstream right now is podcast again you tube and other platforms that is dead that is a star that burned out millions of years ago yet the light still hits us so when we say mainstream the first thing that happened was the recalibration of the term mainstream because what's old is doing what's new is now old that's a very good point but the problem is that the legacy media still have a huge impact on the population i would say because people believe in the conspiracies that a lot of the former i'm going to go with your terminology former mainstream media peddle ron reflected on that in no way yeah you know i i agree with lionel said i think the term mainstream media is something we have to try to shy away from i like to simply say corporate media all the time he has definitional and that's what it is it is a corporate media. by very high for profit entities but as
far as did the media. in the trump era i would say that corporate media that we're referring to. has not changed in the trump era i think it's the same formula that they've been going by for a long time now they like hyper partisanship one way or the other they like sensationalism they like to have a little fun soundbites and take bits to to inflate for as long as they can and trump gives them plenty of those you know michelle wolf at the white house correspondents' dinner nailed it she said you guys love trump just didn't made it because he's giving them what they want and that's kind of all they care about and as far as news and information in our country not only is it a huge disservice but as lionel pointed out it is a sinking titanic well ok we use that logic there robin i just want a quick diversion here than the entire foreign policy elite in the united states much loved lot of mere putin keeps the good work ok then flowers and sam pain at
the end of the year but rob if we agree with lionel said in just that in los angeles but there is one thing that is changing is that their ratings or plummeting in this is maybe the only thing that about this old legacy media that's really true and on top of it they want their revenge ok you have like facebook teaming up with the atlantic council they want to claw it back and it's going to get nasty people are being to monetize people being shunned and throttled ok so the old the old media is up to the same habits of trying to control the media space go ahead in new york. well we have to realize that media is a is evolving i'll tell you one thing that hasn't changed my father was a newspaper man i grew up in and around the business i remember as a youngster that there was a conservative advertisement against the new york times with a picture of fidel castro they put on a bus that said i got my job through the new york times still makes me laugh out
loud so things haven't changed that much but another thing that has changed a monster of late i worked on and off for time incorporated since nineteen eighty three and for one period for fifteen years straight there was a publishing behemoth a colossus that no longer even exists in the name was literally pulled off the building and there is no time publication in the time in life building i don't even know if think all the time unlike the like so the media is evolving in ways that i don't think we can even predict lytle may have a word for it which i'm going to need the thor's afterwards unless we get a translator but it's happening at a pace that that i may not see in my lifetime i don't want to make a prediction do i like words going you know can i stop it no is it just part of change unfortunately yes hopefully some one day it will be for the better lionel jump in go ahead peter let me give an example this past week in new york or we just
had the up front this is an annual event where everybody used to be it used to be the biggest thing there was this is what all the stars came into town and spoke to the advertisers and the affiliates and it was like number to many academy awards it is now shrunk it is now minimized to nothing let me see what my day is every day we normally look at my wife and i look at our our kind of media emails and what you will see is he was he for example c.b.s. which has a show at night and the biggest p.r. arm that will spread through social media the idea that last night. it was this monumental event where coal bearer whoever trashed or attacked the president we live now in a click bait economy let me tell you what also happened recently rosanne rosanna completely changed things because bob iger who is very very smart realizes that he owes of a new sherry duty to his shareholders and what america wants believe it or not and
this will kill the mainstream or lame stream or ted baxter media what they don't understand is that the american actual viewer is not somebody in the left wing right wing bubble or swamp it's somebody who recognizes the value of let's say a rose and another's so while they don't realize is that i'm telling you again they think that they live in the world of rachel maddow that c.n.n. that that people reflect their ideas it's not true it's the opposite ok but ron i mean you do have a prevalence where you know we can always talk about the exception of fox when it comes to cable and they certainly make money off of their click bait but they're not practicing journalism anymore and i mean we can talk about the the the infrastructure the business model but the profession itself i mean i watch the cable news because i have to because for my job but i don't see journalism being practiced at all i mean and on top of it people expressing opinions without really
much knowledge i mean it's kind of a lot of dumb people saying dumb things that are very cliche and some of these issues are really very important go ahead. well you know what peter this is a this is an odd double edged sword for me because the corporate media in the united states does bother me however if they ever got significantly better i might be out of a job sure i get to exist i get to exist in that capacity that i do because they they are failing so hard but i do see journalism practiced however the practices i see here often. the negative types of practices the employing propaganda techniques word associations and stuff like that recently on the show were for the jimmy door show c.n.n. smeared us and then used a very very typical propaganda technique and the smear they associated us with
other with other types of outlets that was it was not a knackering association at all but they did that it's an intentional thing when you do that it's a certain type of grouping and of course it's a wide wide net so is there some are there some diamonds in the rough sure you know you've got to look for it it's not on page one quote unquote you got to dig for it but it is there but as a whole they're not talking about the things that reflect with the average americans at all i mean there's harvard studies dedicated that stuff where they spend about seventy five percent of the time talking about russia or something like that that's an important issue to about six percent of the population say percent yes so they're not it's kind of they're all done to the point and they're on the east coast ok that's it and that's in washington d.c. here you know let me go let me go to rob here i mean i think.