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There are 5 comments on David Carr: Journalism Is Still Serious, Just Different

  1. What is the worth of long form journalism if it is just more poor journalism? Let me not even call it journalism , rather agenda driven propaganda. If I am looking objectively , I certainly won’t be reading any US based outlets for national news , especially politics. In reviewing the NYT archive, When has Carr ever criticized the current regime for it short comings?

  2. someone from the NY Times to teach and speak about journalism? that’s funny, the NY Times has taken a dive for our current president and his administration. they have a decided slant on what stories to cover and how to cover them. I thought journalists are supposed to be unbiased and allow the facts to tell the story and that is lacking in the NY Times. The NYT has had “award winning writers” for their paper accused of plagiarism, making stories up and have in many ways become like Pravda or Tass, the information arms of the USSR. Their editor and publisher Pinch is a disgrace and is in the process of running a very storied and historic newspaper into bankruptcy. At least the National Enquirer understands its not the beacon of truth based on its journalistic standards, they are honest with themselves and their readers, cannot say the same for the NYT.

  3. […] focused on new business models in journalism. In an introductory discussion transcribed by BU Today, Bloomberg Media Group’s then-chairman Andrew Lack pointed incredulously to BuzzFeed’s forays […]

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