Book Launch (Online)

The Gray Lady Winked: How the New York Times's Misreporting, Distortions, and Fabrications Radically Alter History
Ashley Rindsberg
At Nehru centre London
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"The role of establishment media in shaping Global narratives. We are told that we live in a post-truth world. But what has been the contribution of establishment media in shaping the "truth"?" Rindsberg’s book on how the New York Times' misreporting influences history, The Gray Lady Winked, is now at the very centre of the global conversation on media, journalism, fake news, and free speech.

Ashley Rindsberg is an investigative journalist, non-fiction author, novelist, and screenwriter whose work focuses on the search for truth by individuals marginalized by the dictates of power. Rindsberg is a go-to source for media and political commentary, appearing on Tucker Carlson Today, The Hill, Sky News Australia, NewsNation, NewsMax. Rindsberg’s work has been featured in the New York Post, Spectator, Epoch Times, Israel HaYom, OpIndia, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, FirstPost, Taipei Times. He has been honored by the Indian Prime Minister for his coverage of anti-Hindu media bias.

As a journalist, Rindsberg breaks major stories, uncovering pandemic-related ties between Harvard University and China and covering the media effort to debunk lab leaks for Tablet Magazine. Rindsberg has also covered the New York Times’ unethical labor practices for Unherd, called for congressional hearings in National Review, and contributed free speech opeds to Fox News Digital.