Nieman Reports

Fall 1999

The Press in Russia

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Powerful owners, government officials and politicians work hard to control what journalists write and say. With elections ahead, the press faces critical tests of its independence.

How Journalists Use Sources
A report from the Second Watchdog Journalism Project Conference
Journalists meet to talk about the relationships that reporters have with their sources and to examine the potential consequences posed by changes in how sources are treated by reporters and how sources treat reporters.

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Watchdog Conference: Reporters Wrestle With How to Use Sources

International Journalism

Fall 1999: International Journalism Introduction

By International Journalism September 15, 1999

Powerful owners, government officials and politicians work hard to control what journalists write and say. With elections ahead, the press faces critical tests of its independence. How Journalists Use Sources A report from the Second Watchdog Journalism Project Conference Journalists meet to talk about the relationships that reporters have with their sources and to examine the potential consequences posed by changes in how sources are treated by reporters and how sources treat reporters. Read more

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