Newspapers now in the future

Newspapers today, as prognosticated by T. Baron Russell in 1906 in his book A Hundred Years Hence:

the regeneration of the newspaper will be forced upon the newspaper-office by the development of public intelligence.

a well-informed public will resent obvious garbling or clearly unfair selection. The newspaper reader will no longer (as now) want only to hear what is said on a side more or less emotionally and hardly at all reflectively embraced. He will want to know what is said on all sides, and will make up his own mind, instead of swallowing whole the printed opinions, real or momentarily assumed, of other people.