This still doesn’t sound like much of a bargain, but here’s the deal. Watching the 2016 presidential campaign play out in the media convinced Dan Rather that “we need journalistic integrity now more than ever,” and he seems to think he has something to contribute to that effort other than serving as an example of what not to do.
— Paul Bedard (@SecretsBedard) January 5, 2017
Media Equalizer editor-in-chief Brian Maloney reports that Udemy, “the world’s largest online learning marketplace,” is offering an online course taught by Dan Rather. The four-hour course, “Dan Rather on Journalism & Finding the Truth in the News,” is currently on offer for 93 percent off — that’s just ten bucks to learn about truth in the news straight from Dan Rather.
HAHAHAA! Dan Rather teaching ‘Truth in the News’ course depite his past ethics issues | Media Equalizer. https://t.co/pa5AvH7gAf
— Anderson Germaine (@AndGermaine) January 5, 2017
Yes, included among the 34 lectures is a nine-minute talk on “The Killian Documents,” in which Rather “discusses the rise of the internet as it related to journalism and his reporting on George W. Bush’s military service.”
Dan Rather teaching ‘Truth in the News’ course | Media Equalizer
Right after the Clinton's Ethics in Politics class. https://t.co/KZoCZVWMeZ
— VA for Cruz 2020 (@VA4Cruz2020) January 5, 2017