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  • The job of the financial journalist was to examine the sharks who created interest crises and speculated away the savings of small investors, to scrutinize company boards with the same merciless zeal.
    (Stieg Larsson, "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo")
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  • I know a lot of reporters certainly will go to jail to defend confidential sources. Some have even gone to jail for an issue like this. But I can't say that's the norm.
    (Floyd Abrams)
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  • I worked in Bosnia, where 77 journalists were killed and 400 wounded, and at the BBC we have just lost a news producer in Africa.
    (Kate Adie)
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  • As a Voice columnist, I can set my own hours, working out of my home, but also stopping by the office every day to interact with actual humans.
    (Michael Musto)
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  • I am excited and honored to have this opportunity, both as a CNN veteran who has done virtually every job in the organization and as a journalist dedicated to maintaining our stature as the world's most powerful news organization.
    (Jim Walton)
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  • Her travel writing was characterized by a high moral purpose and an overwhelming sense of justice. What distinguishes her journalism is her eloquent outrage and commitment to fair play.
    (Bill Buford)
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  • Tucker, not enjoying the lecture, suggested, You need to get a job at a journalism school, I think. ... You need to go to one.
    (Jon Stewart)
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  • No matter what the hocus-pocus focus groups tell you, time has proven that all the gimmicks and all the cheap journalism can only carry us so far.
    (Christiane Amanpour)
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  • It was one of those situations where you have instincts as a reporter, and instincts as a human being. There are times when you are not thinking of stories, you are thinking of people's safety.
    (Clyde Hughes)
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  • With the number of labor-intensive acres going up in California, their behavior does not seem to suggest that they see a labor shortage, even if that's what they tell reporters. Farmers always think there's not enough labor. It's a very unpredictable business. You can't control the weather. The one thing you can push for is a lax immigration program, or a guest-worker program.
    (Steven Camarota)
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  • And journalism itself has changed. News organizations and some journalists have transformed from their traditional role as watchdogs of power into institutions of power themselves with an ability, indeed, a susceptibility, to abuse that power.
    (Joan Konner)
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  • These people don't want foreigners here, nobody should come to Iraq at this time. Not even journalists. Nobody.
    (Giuliana Sgrena)
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  • We have an extraordinary team of journalists and employees in this company who are absolutely dedicated to getting this paper out, no matter what the conditions are, people who lost their homes, who didn't know what had become of their families and who kept on working.
    (Jim Amoss)
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  • A litterateur is not a confectioner, not a dealer in cosmetics, not an entertainer.... He is just like an ordinary reporter. What would you say if a newspaper reporter, because of his fastidiousness or from a wish to give pleasure to his readers, were to describe only honest mayors, high-minded ladies, and virtuous railroad contractors.
    (Anton Pavlovich Chekhov)
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  • Media is a word that has come to mean bad journalism.
    (Graham Henry Greene)
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