This documentary posed some very important questions about the "power of the press" and how the demise of once powerful newspaper companies will impact how we consume media. Some feel that it would be a good thing for the New York Times to shut down, stating several important facts about false reporting and the direction our country is heading. They feel that the forms of media are evolving, and newspapers can no longer keep up with the demand for information in today's society. Others feel that the New York Times has been a staple in American homes for so long, and that to let it disintegrate would be a shame. They are holding onto what they hope is more reliable information from a reputable source and are having difficulties adjusting and trusting the new types of media. I am torn as to which side I feel is right in this argument. The side that viewed the New York Times negatively had some very critical facts about the misuse of the newspaper's influence and the possibility of sources giving invalid information. The fact that this newspaper has so much influence in our country shows that when information is incorrect and is published, much of the country will be obtaining incorrect facts and assuming it is correct from the New York Times. I find this fact very important, but I know that electronic sources of media will have just as much, if not more incorrect information and skewed views. I feel that, while the New York Times has a responsibility to the public to check its facts and do better to provide as unbiased information as possible, the status that they hold in American society will make them more likely than any other forms of media to provide the most quality information that they are able to give and try to report with integrity. With anonymous articles posted on obscure websites, it is so incredibly easy to come across skewed information online and there is not much that can stop these people from doing so. I would be much more likely to trust the New York Times than blogs or other websites when trying to get the most accurate information on issues.