June 17th, 2012
01:55 PM ET

Post-Watergate Press Ailing

Len Downie, Phil Bronstein, Jane Hall and Howard Kurtz on the state of journalism 40 years after Watergate

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  1. Mary Lowthert

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  5. Sandip

    Hi Judy. You make a great point about credibility. I think vitibilisy is a problem too, for those who elect to just join in the noise and ditto everything. It's hard to stand out, from within a flock.Thanks for the comment and welcome to the blog.

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  6. Jane

    We really do have a lack of investigative journalists.
    Look at all the scandals connected to the current administration.
    It should be easy pickings for some intrepid reporters to delve into the Fast & Furious scandal as well as the national security leak scandal.

    June 18, 2012 at 11:20 pm | Reply

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