Do Scandals like Rolling Stone’s Do Lasting Damage to Journalism?

by: Editors | CJR

Journalism has taken a lot of hits in recent memory. In the last year alone, there were Brian Williams’ fabrications about his experiences in the Iraq war, the implosion of The New Republic, and a number of high-profile plagiarism cases, such as those of Fareed Zakaria and Benny Johnson. Added to the list this week: Columbia Journalism School’s damning report on how Rolling Stone botched its tale of an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia.

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