Getting in Character

Friday, July 25, 2008

Transcript

Earlier this year, the television program "America’s Most Wanted" aired an episode featuring Julia Dahl, a reporter trying to help solve the murder of a young woman she knew formerly as a source. How Dahl ended up on the show, and what she learned from the experience, is the subject of her article in the current issue of Columbia Journalism Review.

Comments [2]

A Fuller from Alaska

Your discussion of the role of the reporter was interesting. Yet, you fell for the easy story of the New York magazine writer. I hope you will do another interview, this time with the young activist who started Black and Missing. (start here - mzdeidra@hotmail.com. )

True crime is a genre of entertaining literature, but I expect more than titillation from you.

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Jul. 27 2008 03:06 PM
Harland Stine from Latitude 38.91N and Longitude -77.25W

Sorry, I am not interested in moderated and edited comments.

Jul. 27 2008 02:55 PM

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