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Is Public Journalism, Journalism?
Aired 10/17/1996

Lately, some of the old school canons of journalism, notably just reporting the facts, seems to have been abandoned for a type of reporting that seeks to shape the agenda. But is this a recent development? Has a liberal press been tricking us for years?
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  James Fishkin
    chairman of the department of government at the University of Texas
  Jane Eisner
    editorial page editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer
  Steve Cuozzo
    executive editor of The New York Post
  Jodie Allen
    editor of the Washington Post’s “Outlook” section

Originally Aired: 10/17/1996

   
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