Tuesday, December 9, 2008


Sources Go With Facts
If I know something to be a fact, that's good enough for me. Nevertheless, you can't just state a fact without fear of contradiction. Often, when I state what to me is a fact, someone always wants to know: Where did you hear that? Answer? Today in History!

Press Should Report News, Not Make It
NBC reporter Jim Gray's controversial interview with Pete Rose during the 2000 World Series is a perfect example of the press acting irresponsibly: making the news instead of reporting it!

The Hour: What's in It for Me?
There's a lot of talk these days about the myriad problems newspapers in general have had keeping up with the times in these days of the Internet and so-called Information Highway. The newspaper industry as a whole has been slow in adapting to the new environment.

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