Daily Princetonian to Stop Using Email Quotes in News Stories, Except in ‘Extraordinary Circumstances’

 

This means students there will need to do more hustling.  Reminds of my days as a young reporter in the 1990s, before everyone had internet that didn’t sound like dial tone.  And it was harder to get someone to talk on camera!  I wonder what’s next, banning using “Facebook” or “Twitter” interviews.  I’m starting to see too many of those. Monica for Brooklyn tweeted, “I think he should go to jail for what he did.”   (And full disclosure: I did just use Facebook quotes for a recent story I produced for “Science and U”)

Daily Princetonian to Stop Using Email Quotes in News Stories, Except in ‘Extraordinary Circumstances’.

 

 

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