Interviewing journos is not journalism
The glowing ‘deep dive’ on Jacinda Arden today again showed that The Quicky needs better resourcing for its news team. Interviewing another journalist is not proper journalism. They are a secondary source. Journalists should ask questions of experts, or primary sources. And they should aim for a balance of views, not just interview one person (who reflects their own views). In times of crisis, the disparity between trusted sources like the ABC and outlets such as Mamamia couldn’t be more obvious.
cac2000 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/27/20
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