How accurate and reliable is Wikipedia? It’s one of the most popular websites in the world, and the top search result on Google for most topics, but the site has a long history of political bias, falsehoods, and misinformation. Media analyst Mark Dice takes a close look at how Wikipedia operates, and just how unreliable it is as a source of information.
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Mark Dice is an independent media analyst and bestselling author of “Hollywood Propaganda: How TV, Movies, and Music Shape Our Culture.” He has a bachelor’s degree in Communication from California State University and was the first conservative YouTuber to reach 1 million subscribers (in 2017).
He has been featured on Fox News, the History Channel, E! Entertainment, the Drudge Report, and news outlets around the world.
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