Speaker: Kim Ode, Star Tribune Journalist
Sunday, May 7, 2017
These are weird times, when belief in a viewpoint renders it a fact, when facts come under suspicion as biased, when balanced reporting becomes both a tool for “false equivalency” as well as a lightning rod for claims of fake news. It’s hard enough being a reporter; imagine being a news consumer. Let’s talk.
Kim Ode joined the Star Tribune in 1985 as a features reporter. Over the years, she’s been Features Editor and general interest columnist before moving back to general assignment feature writing. She also does the monthly Baking Central feature for the Taste section.