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February 14, 2005
More on who's a journalist
NPR story on Morning Edition today on the topic of "Who is a Journalist?" Interesting to hear how many people are running away from the journalist label as well as the assertion that 'liberal bloggers' outed the White House press corps faker.
Also, a nice piece on CorpWatch, nailing the role that PR firm Omnicom have in funding and spreading this spin. It's a lot more extensive than the popular press have reported so far. Best quote, from Sen. Richard Durbin:
There used to be a time when our government would let the facts speak for themselves. It apparently is the position of the Bush administration that the facts in and of themselves are not articulate.
posted by Alan Wexelblat |
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