WASHINGTON – As digital platforms redefine news consumption habits, several outlets face challenges in maintaining trust from partisan audiences. The internet and social media have intensified sensationalism and polarization. 

With Super Tuesday results setting the stage for a contentious rematch, the podcast analyzes the role of the media in influencing voter decisions and meeting polarized audiences. As Americans navigate an increasingly polarized media landscape, the choices they make have profound implications for the democratic process.

Here’s a look at the Medill on the Hill reporters’ analysis that seeks to unravel the complex dynamics between media, politics and polarization throughout the winter of 2024. 

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