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The New York Times TV Commercial, 'The Truth Has a Voice'

An array of "He said. She said." fills a blank screen in a continuous zero sum game, representing the volley of contradictory accounts that journalists must contend with. However, on its fourth iteration, the female source does not stand alone. Supportive voices fill the screen with a barrage of attributions that stand in solidarity against the opposition, a reference to the silence breakers of the #MeToo campaign. The New York Times asserts that the truth has power and a voice, and that vigilant reporting will prevent it from being silenced.

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The New York Times
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“The Truth Has a Voice.”
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