Specific Sources: Broadcast media
At first glance
By thinking about the purpose of the program, you can easily find information to begin evaluating it as a reliable source. This information may include:
What type of program was it?
What was the intention of the person who produced the show?
Who was the intended audience?
Who presented the information?
Where was the program aired?
When was it produced?
A closer look
By taking a closer look at the program, you can find additional information to help you evaluate it.
Do you think there was a bias in the presentation of the information?
Was the presentation of information balanced?
How thoroughly did it cover the subject?
How was the information presented?