Why Journalists Need to Practice What They Preach

by: Paul Farhi | The Washington Post

The next time a journalist gripes about some newsmaker’s unwillingness to play ball with journalists, he or she might consider this: Journalists aren’t exactly an open book, either.


When they’re on the other side of a microphone or press pad, reporters can be as thin-skinned, controlling and paranoid as the people they cover. And they can be as unforthcoming about themselves and their organizations as any other source.

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