Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Media Studies: With Jay Rosen

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Rosen, responding to someone else.
"...It's just a factor in what journalists do that tends be be under-weighted: their need to demonstrate deatchment, neutrality, nonalignment, professional distance.
Simplest method: politics as a game, journalists as savvy analysts up in the booth, sizing up the strategies and what the players have to do to win."
So journalists are outside the circle. Amazing.

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