Viking Village
Viking Village
Box 458
1801 Bayview Ave
Barnegat Light
New Jersey 08006
Fax 361-9536

 Netters are working.

Skatewings are available.

Wednesday Nov. 13, 2019
Jan. 2019
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Scalloping video
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Longline video
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Netfishing video
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Scallopers are fishing.
​Fake News, Incomplete/Inaccurate 
Reporting, Intentional Misdirection 
and Fishing


The F/V Grand Larson III (Cpt .J.Sweeney) 
has landed a 
Mid-Atlantic Access Area trip of  10/20 Scallops.

We have some beautiful Yellowfin Tuna, Swordfish and Albacore from the 
F/V Alexandria Dawn.

The F/V's Frances Anne and Monica are fishing for Swordfish and Tuna.
Viking Village 
has been certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) for chain of custody seafood traceability 
and sustainable seafood harvesting.

Fake news is in the News these days, so what is it? The term is most often used to describe completely fabricated stories, but can also be applied to a broader continuum of news. Many news outlets will exhibit some form of explicit or implicit bias while not falling into the fake news category. Assessing the quality of the content is crucial to understanding whether what you are viewing is true or not. It is up to you to do the legwork to make sure your information is good. 

• Fake News: Sources that intentionally fabricate information, disseminate deceptive content, or grossly distort actual news reports.
• Satire: Sources that use humor, irony, exaggeration, ridicule, and false information to comment on current events.  
• Bias: Sources that come from a particular point of view and may rely on propaganda, decontextualized information, and opinions distorted as facts. 
• Rumor Mill: Sources that traffic in rumors, gossip, innuendo, and unverified claims.
• State News: Sources in repressive states operating under government sanction.
• Junk Science: Sources that promote pseudoscience, naturalistic fallacies, and other scientifically dubious claims.
• Clickbait: A strategically placed hyperlink designed to drive traffic to sources that provide generally credible content, but use exaggerated, misleading, or questionable headlines, social media descriptions, and/or images.

Source: Penn State University Libraries, https://guides.libraries.psu.edu/fakenews