Hard News After Sept. 11

Saturday, May 25, 2002

“How has journalism changed since Sept. 11?” is an oft-asked question that’s elicited many knee-jerk responses. A study by the Project for Excellence in Journalism, though, has concluded that, contrary to the expected, there’s less hard news on TV than ever before. Why has the news embraced fluff stories after the attacks? Host Brooke Gladstone talks to PEJ Director Tom Rosenstiel.

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