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The Hollywood Reporter is out today with its New York Issue, including an "Anchor Roundtable" by Marisa Guthrie, who asked:
What is the biggest crisis facing journalism in the 21st century?
ABC's George Stephanopoulos: The fact that so few people believe us. That they're looking for narratives that reinforce their beliefs rather than challenge them.
Fox's Bret Baier: Trust.
NBC's Savannah Guthrie: Credibility.
Baier: People want to turn to someplace they feel they can get the straight scoop. There's so much online that is bombarding people every day.
CNN's Jake Tapper: There are news sources that are just out-and-out lies coming from Europe, coming from other parts of the world...
CBS's Gayle King: …coming from people's basements. [They] are putting things out that have no resemblance to reality.