How close can journalists get to their sources?

30 March 2007

Britain’s premier interviewer Jeremy Paxman, in conversation with Michael White, the Guardian‘s political editor, and blogger Paul Staines alias Guido Fawkes, who argues that the proximity of political journalists short-changes readers, listeners, and viewers. White’s response: Are we all lackeys or very naive? Isn’t it true of sports journalists, too?

Link via Martin Stabe

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