Nick Turse
Writing about the Guardian’s brilliant work on the News Corp scandal, the Columbia Journalism Review's Dean Starkman writes: “It’s a testament to investigative reporting—expensive, time-consuming, risky, stressful—at newspapers. If you think investigations aren’t under pressure at institutional news organizations, you’ve probably been caught on the news hamster wheel yourself.”
(via The News Corp. Scandal is a Triumph for Investigative Reporting : CJR)
photo credit: This image has been posted to Flickr by the copyright holder, the World Economic Forum

Writing about the Guardian’s brilliant work on the News Corp scandal, the Columbia Journalism Review's Dean Starkman writes: “It’s a testament to investigative reporting—expensive, time-consuming, risky, stressful—at newspapers. If you think investigations aren’t under pressure at institutional news organizations, you’ve probably been caught on the news hamster wheel yourself.”

(via The News Corp. Scandal is a Triumph for Investigative Reporting : CJR)

photo credit: This image has been posted to Flickr by the copyright holder, the World Economic Forum

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