Reporters as Citizens of the U.S. or the World?

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When I’m Reporting, I am a Citizen of the World?

That the question from Jay Rosen at Press Think, who sets it up this way.

“That’s a quote from CNN’s Bob Franken. A tour through his press think shows why I ask the Big Journalism Deans: if schools like yours are supposed to spread the gospel, how do they know they have the religion right?”

Here are the links to a portion of my comments:

Comment 1: “Journalists should be biased against liars, cheats and bad presidents – no matter which party they represent. That also goes for bad generals, agents and soldiers who lie – or shoot journalists.”

Comment 2: “Even a patriotic journalism could consider it a duty to report the corruption.”

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