The Atlantic’s James Fallows and Andrew Beaujon of the Poynter Institute join Brian Stelter with their take on media lessons learned from three weeks of missing plane coverage.
Too much plane coverage? Some people say yes. But a recent survey by the Pew Research Center found that "most Americans do not feel there has been too much coverage of the missing jetliner."
On Sunday's "Reliable Sources," Alan Murray, president of the Pew Research Center, discussed the survey as well as Pew's annual “State of the News Media” report. The report's headline: signs of hope for the beleaguered news business. You can read the full report here.
How should corporations like Malaysia Airlines manage the flow of information to the media and public while protecting their image? Veteran crisis communications specialist Carreen Winters joins us on "Reliable Sources" with her take.
CNN's Brian Stelter and Erik Wemple of The Washington Post on the praise and criticism of wall-to-wall plane coverage.
Brian Stelter, Miles O'Brien & Jon Ostrower on the difficulties of reporting the Malaysia Air 370 story.
Brian Stelter talks to Malaysian journalist Jahabar Sadiq about press freedoms within the country and why reporters face difficulties in getting officials to answer questions.
Former NBC News aviation correspondent Robert Hager, a veteran of many plane crash investigations, shares his thoughts on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
After a week of coverage that relied heavily on speculation, Frank Sesno joins Brian Stelter to discuss whether news organizations have found the balance between a lack of facts and the demand for details in the missing plane story.
Psychiatrist Dr. Gail Saltz gives Brian Stelter her take on why viewers have been so captivated by the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Brian Stelter shares a final thought about coverage of the missing Malaysia Airways plane and the plethora of sources available to news consumers.