FREMONT, CA - NOVEMBER 08: Freshly printed copies of the new glossy San Francisco Chronicle move through a printing press November 8, 2009 in Fremont, California. One month after the San Francisco Chronicle saw its circulation drop 26 percent, the biggest decline of any major U.S. newspaper, the struggling paper became the first daily general newspaper to print its editions on high-quality glossy paper in hopes of attracting advertisers and new readers. New glossy edition will hit newsstands on November 9. The Chronicle's daily circulation is 251,782 down from 527,000 in 2001. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Rich Hanley, Associate Professor/Journalism at Quinnipiac University will discuss Americans’ trust in mass media, which has sunk to a new low. Why?