Media Coverage Over The Years

GUESTS: Jeffrey Dvorkin Vice President, NPR News Mark Whitaker Managing Editor, Newsweek magazine We no longer have to wait for the eleven o'clock news or the morning paper to find out what's going on in the world. With round-the-clock, all-news networks, and up-to-the-minute coverage on the Internet, the media are constantly updating the news. Instantaneous reporting may keep people informed, but at what price? With the news moving at cyber-pace, has the quality of reporting suffered? Join host Ray Suarez and guests for a look at the changing game of news.

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