Glenn Greenwald vs. the NYT’s Bill Keller on Objectivity and the Future of Journalism

By: Mathew Ingram | paidContent

Is objectivity in journalism a false idol, one that leads media outlets like the New York Times into error rather than truth? Or is it the only protection against a future of partisan media yelling at each other and preaching to the converted? Those were the stakes that emerged in a conversation on Saturday between Guardian writer Glenn Greenwald and New York Times columnist and former executive editor Bill Keller.


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