June 24th, 2012
12:24 PM ET

Journalism's Twitter Trap

Ryan Lizza and Howard Kurtz discuss how social media platforms have brought about a "crisis in political journalism."

Filed under: 2012 Campaign • Blog • Media • Media Criticism • Politics • Reliable Sources
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    If politicians will only speak "openly" when they know lickspittle "journalists" won't report what they say, then neither "politicians" nor "journalists" are of any use to me and I'll stick with the internet. BTW, howzat coverage of "Fast and Furious" coming along?

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