Jay Rosen commented on the diary post Can It Be True? NPR Finally Dumping FOX-Style “Balanced” Journalism and Doing Truth-Based News Instead? by Phoenix Woman.
Thanks for your post, Phoenix Woman. What I said about the “believe when I see it” point…
Now I know what some of you are thinking. What good are these fancy declarations, if “he said, she said” remains in common practice at NPR? It wouldn’t surprise me if that happens. But if it happens, we have [...]
Jay Rosen commented on the diary post Unemployed: The Forgotten New Underclass (Updated) by Crane-Station.
Alas, I have never interviewed Paul Krugman. Must have been someone else. Cheers.
Jay Rosen commented on the blog post Did the US Issue a Prior Restraint Request to the NYT, Too?
Thanks, Marcy. It is odd. I’m betting this is more internal to the Brits than an internationally coordinated thing. The British government likes to think it can prevent the publication of secrets. I have been struck by how difficult it is for people raised on the system of national states and national press packs to understand what Wikileaks is: an international drop box made possible by the Internet. Or as I called it, the world’s first stateless news organization.