In the Jerusalem Post, Mitchell Barak calls for an Israeli Al Jazeera English.
Whatever ones views of the rights and wrongs, Israel’s media operation to accompany its Gaza offensive has been an object lesson in the uses and limitations of War 2.0. Talking to a senior Middle Eastern diplomat yesterday, and to a friend reporting from (or stuck) in Jerusalem, there is a (very) grudging — respect is the wrong […]
NYT columnist Frank Rich, who must lack a tiny bit of self-irony, takes aim at the ‘bloviators’ covering the Obama campaign. But in the course of his musings a little internet-inspired doubt creeps in. : Journalists are still Americans — even if much of our audience doubts that — and in this time of grave uncertainty about […]
Some in journalism wonder if the story as an aggregate of verbal fact and reaction is losing its hold (See Kevin Marsh — The Story Is Dead). Now Brad King has weighed in with an interesting contribution — 5 Reasons The Story Is Dead.