April 21st, 2013
01:36 PM ET

Boston bombings rock media: Part 1

Joe Concha, Erik Wemple, Lauren Ashburn & Howard Kurtz discuss mistakes in the media's coverage of the Boston bombings.

Filed under: Boston • Boston Bombings • Boston Marathon • Media • Media Criticism
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