How U.S. TV Journalists talk about objectivity in 9/11 Coverage

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Abstract

The article is based on interviews with some of the journalists who covered the events on September 11, 2001, for ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC and FOX News. They discuss different aspect of objectivity in a professional context including balanced sourcing and a full and fair description.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHow the World's News Media Reacted to 9/11 : Essays from Around the Globe
EditorsTomasz Pludowski
Number of pages18
Place of PublicationSpokane, Washington
PublisherMarquette Books
Publication date2007
Pages301-318
ISBN (Print)978-0-922993-66-6
Publication statusPublished - 2007

Keywords

  • Journalism, objectivity
  • September 11
  • Balanced sourcing
  • TV Journalism
  • Crisis coverage

Cite this

Mogensen, K. (2007). How U.S. TV Journalists talk about objectivity in 9/11 Coverage. In T. Pludowski (Ed.), How the World's News Media Reacted to 9/11: Essays from Around the Globe (pp. 301-318). Spokane, Washington: Marquette Books.
Mogensen, Kirsten. / How U.S. TV Journalists talk about objectivity in 9/11 Coverage. How the World's News Media Reacted to 9/11: Essays from Around the Globe. editor / Tomasz Pludowski. Spokane, Washington : Marquette Books, 2007. pp. 301-318
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Mogensen, K 2007, How U.S. TV Journalists talk about objectivity in 9/11 Coverage. in T Pludowski (ed.), How the World's News Media Reacted to 9/11: Essays from Around the Globe. Marquette Books, Spokane, Washington, pp. 301-318.

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How the World's News Media Reacted to 9/11: Essays from Around the Globe. ed. / Tomasz Pludowski. Spokane, Washington : Marquette Books, 2007. p. 301-318.

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