Journalists as People

Friday, November 10, 2006

Transcript

In the course of performing her civic duty this week, Brooke had a little mishap. She promptly took to the airwaves to recount the story, but in doing so, inadvertently let slip the recipient of her vote. In some newsrooms, the slip would have been considered a mark against her journalistic credibility. But is it really? Two years ago, Brooke put the question to an array of (objective) sources, and compiled this report.

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