Louisville native David Mattingly is a Peabody and Emmy Award-winning journalist with four decades of experience reporting domestically and abroad. For 23 years David had a front-row seat to history as a CNN National Correspondent, but he considers returning to his hometown to be his most rewarding assignment. Aaron and David discuss being present for history, from 9/11 and hurricane Katrina to COVID-19, and how trust in media is changing in our world of "fake news" and misinformation.
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