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In , Hill had accused Thomas of sexually harassing her in the workplace, while in Ford accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her at a high school social gathering. There is certainly no business model that will save all news organizations. At the outset any outcome seemed possible, and we were eager to write it, regardless of politics, as we had other stories for years.
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It is also the cornerstone of a right-wing propaganda machine, a political factory spewing a pernicious alternative reality hours a day. Abramson and Mayer then discussed the essay and its wider themes in conversation with Nicco Mele on Tuesday, October 16,at the John F. Far from their hard-bitten images, many investigative reporters are actually idealists who believe that by exposing wrongs, they can help right them. Barstow and Suzanne Craig, one of the other reporters on the team, had already collaborated on a story during the campaign that revealed that Donald Trump had paid virtually no taxes for many years, pursuing legally dubious loopholes and other tax avoidance strategies.
That story by itself was a blockbuster, but they kept going.
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From experience, we are both believers in slow journalism. Her legacy, at least for us, has become almost an in-joke. There were substantial differences of course. It delved into his decision to star in The Apprentice.
But at a time when readers feel deluged by the onslaught of news alerts, and bombarded by fragments of Twitter-length items lacking context, characters, and comprehensive analysis, there is more need than ever for the kind of journalism that can connect the dots into meaningful coverage.
In one brief afternoon of Senate hearings this fall, Brett Kavanaugh tossed yet another revered American institution into the inferno of partisan politics. This was all eerily familiar to the two of us.
Local readers once looked to their newspapers to be their watchdogs against corruption and need that protection now more than ever. In an effort to undermine her reputation, the Kochs went so far as to hire private investigators to try to dig up dirt on her. We believe this is not only a grave journalistic mistake, but bad business, too.
Crpyter in order to get readers to pay for news, the news has to be worth paying for.
But recent trends give us hope. Yet despite such disparagement, the major news outlets have been thriving.
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Our north star is the truth. At the outset any outcome seemed possible, and we were eager to write it, regardless of politics, as we had other stories for years.
It cry;ter nonpartisan journalism that is most special, and that differentiates the true quality publications. Unbiased reporters who do honest research-driven investigative journalism have to start drawing distinctions, and calling Fox and other irresponsible outlets out, by showing when their stories are shoddy, ideologically driven and false.
White Lecture on Press and Politics commemorates the life of the reporter and historian who set the standard for contemporary political journalism and campaign coverage.
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Our political system is reeling from the blow. Theirs is political victory. As reporters dedicated to ferreting out facts without fear or favor, we rejected the convenient political fib that the truth could never be known, and set off to find it.
For us, the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation process was literally history repeating itself.
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When they found none, the investigators concocted a case claiming she had plagiarized from several peers, which fell apart when the ostensible victims took her side against the Kochs, calling the charges absurd.
We also believe there is a dire need for a revival of local news. Others argue that journalists must be more scrupulous than ever to avoid seeming partisan, or so much as giving the appearance of being at war with the Trump administration, 14. the belief cryprer we are all biased, out-of-touch liberals is already one of the reasons that public trust in the news media is at a low point.
Thankfully, these news organizations have the money and muscle to do long, costly investigations. Tarbell organized the voluminous material into a cogent history.
There is certainly no business model that will save all cgypter organizations. As was true in the Kavanaugh hearing, we found witnesses who the public never heard from, and who had critical information. Over the last two decades, the most harmful had been the sustained attack on the traditional nonpartisan news media by Fox News, since its launch by Roger Ailes in