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What sources should be trusted in the age of disinformation?

Neill Borowski, editor and owner of, will participate in a Wednesday evening panel discussion on "Real News/Fake News: Navigating the Disinformation Age" sponsored by the Medford Democrats. The panel is free, non-partisan and open to everyone.

Other panelists are Katie Colaneri, assistant news director of WHYY, and Jaime Fauver, media specialist at Lenape High School.

The panel, on the Zoom platform, begins at 7 p.m. You can sign up here.

It's described as "a free online Zoom forum exploring the role of independent journalism in our communities and critical thinking in our daily discourse."

Borowski spent 21 years as a reporter and editor at The Philadelphia Inquirer, was executive editor of The Press of Atlantic City, executive editor of the Gannett newspapers in Binghamton, Ithaca and Elmira, New York and held several other senior editing positions in other newsrooms in Indianapolis, Rochester, New York and USA Today.

His digital news website,, covers several communities in South Jersey and debuted in February 2020. The site reached the 1 million mark in page views in March, according to Google Analytics.