That would be a good start. However it means little if they are still reporting opinions and conjecture as facts.
I know. Whoever it is is still going to pick and choose what facts or details they think are pertinent to the story, and that largely based on their biases, but we're smart enough to sift through that - I think.
Problem is now that they've become so enamored with entertainment they don't even report the salient facts anymore.
For example, some of the typical ways they've diluted facts:
[Team A] beat [Team B] last night (technically correct, but what was the actual score?)
[Team A] beat [Team B] last night by 10 points, 2 touchdowns, 3 runs, 4 scores... (technically correct, but what was the actual score?)
The stock market rose 35 points today (technically correct, but to what?)
The stock market gained 2% over the past week (technically correct, but from what value to what value?)
Temperatures are expected to rise over the next few days (technically correct, but by how many degrees?)
It's going to be a cold morning, so better put on that jacket (might be accurate, but how cold? Should we put on a light jacket or a heavy coat?)
The news has become largely relative in all its reporting - which makes news a function of whatever basis on which they're disseminating whatever facts they choose to divulge. It's very frustrating.