“I don’t think there’s any way around that fact that doing good journalism takes time, effort and care, and most people are just not willing to do that.” – Fergus Hodgson
Fergus Hodgson is a world traveler, policy advisor and Editor in Chief of the PanamPost. He is in on the front line of media, using new ways of communication to break into areas with some of the most oppressed speech on the planet. In this episode we talk about his life as a permanent traveler, as well as the present state of media and where he sees it in going in the future.
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