Pressefreiheit

19
Mrz
2005

What they don't know can hurt them

Many young Americans would like to see the press muzzled, if just a bit. If only they knew history's lessons, they would surely see a free press in a different light.

By Kathleen Parker

USA TODAY, March 15, 2005

Freedom of speech and the idea of a free press are so intricately woven into America's DNA that few of us give much thought to the origins of our freedoms or ponder an alternative life without them.

With gratitude, we can admit that we don't worry much about jackboots kicking in our doors at night because we've spoken ill of El Jefe. Indeed, criticizing government is sport within our borders. [...] More of a long article at: //www.usatoday.com/printedition/news/20050315/oplede15.art.htm


© Virginia Metze

7
Mrz
2005

The best thing that ever happened to journalism

by Ralph Kinney Bennett

TechCentralStation

03/04/05

Bloggers are the best thing that has ever happened to journalism. They make a good reporter look better. They expose the phonies, the poseurs, the fast-writing conmen, with the speed of light. They give the journalist a greater access to more information and informational context than ever before. They provide swift exposure to varied points of view, and, most importantly, a constant, sometimes rough, but always important gauge of a reporter's skill, judgment, industriousness and integrity. Never before has weak reporting, biased reporting, dishonest reporting, or lazy reporting been more swiftly exposed. Indeed, the whole idea of whether journalism is indeed a profession -- or just a happy combination of craft, curiosity, cleverness and confidence tricks -- is being tested for the first time out there in the ether...

//www.techcentralstation.com/030405B.html


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Dez
2004

US free press faces tough challenge

Imprisoning journalists is typically associated with tyrannies and dictatorships, making it ironic that US judges in the past six months have threatened at least eight reporters with sanctions or jail time for not naming sources, said First Amendment Center Ombudsman Paul McMasters.

//www.asiamedia.ucla.edu/article.asp?parentid=18827


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