Get Back On The Boat

Friday, January 20, 2012


The wreck of the Costa Concordia has left 11 people dead and 21 missing. After the wreck, a state-run television news channel broadcast images of the interior of a luxury cruise ship shaking and passed it off as the Costa Concordia. Bob speaks with Christian Science Monitor Correspondent Anna Momigliano, who says the mistake has caused increased questions about the efficacy of the Italy's National Order of Journalists.


Comments [1]

Susan from New York

Most fascinating look at the Italian media I've ever heard. Thanks for sharing this; i've shared it with so many reporters I know.

Love how Mussolini set up the order and no one has been able to dismantle it yet.

Keep up the amazing work. I live for this show!

Jan. 23 2012 05:28 PM

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