From the "founders statement" of Brookline.News, a new nonprofit news outlet in Brookline, Massachusetts: "Journalism is the only non-governmental entity mentioned in the US Constitution. Our Founding Fathers saw journalism — the Fourth Estate — as pivotal to preserving democracy."
It takes an astonishing level of ignorance of the Constitution to make such a wildly inaccurate claim. Here are a list of some of the "non-governmental" entities mentioned in the Constitution: "We the people," "Indian Tribes," "authors and inventors," "vessels." The Bill of Rights mentions "religion," "houses, papers, and effects," and "private property."
Anyway, Brookline.News is a new outlet, so perhaps this will be an opportunity for it to publish its first correction.