May 15, 2006

US News & World Report
Investigative reporter Murray Waas keeps digging while other journalists put on their TV makeup. “There are journalists who don’t do journalism anymore,” he tells Liz Halloran. “They go on television; they’re blogging; they’re giving speeches; they’re going to parties. And then at the end of the week they’ve had four or five hours devoted to journalism. TV takes time away from actual reporting.”

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