High Court Won't Hear Jailed Journalists' Case The Supreme Court rejects an appeal from two journalists facing jail time for refusing to reveal their sources. We look into what this ruling means for the future of confidential sources and media coverage.
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High Court Won't Hear Jailed Journalists' Case

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The Supreme Court rejects an appeal from two journalists facing jail time for refusing to reveal their sources. We look into what this ruling means for the future of confidential sources and media coverage.

Guest:

Matthew Felling, media director for the Center for Media and Public Affairs