How easy is it to co-opt the credibility of some of the world’s most venerable newspapers, such as the Fairfax metro tabloids, The Wall Street Journal, owned by the Murdoch clan, The Telegraph (UK), owned by the Barclay brothers (among Britain’s most conservative and richest people), or The New York Times? Maybe in these lean times it’s not as hard as you think.
Some propaganda with your morning paper? Why Fairfax is spruiking for Putin
It's easier than you think to get published in the world's best newspapers, as the efforts of Russia Beyond The Headlines show. Myriam Robin and Glenn Dyer report.