September 08, 2006
Are Journalists Influenced by Their Upbringing?
Do journalist's backgrounds influence how or what they report? Newsroom Confidential host Dean Rotbart recently presented this question to his listeners in a recent show. Click here to listen to the broadcast.
Among the journalists highlighted include BusinessWeek's Steve Adler, Maria Bartiromo of CNBC and BusinessWeek who checked coats as a teenager in an Italian restaurant owned by her family, Ann Davis who writes about securities and financial matters for the Wall Street Journal and whose parents worked in real estate and real estate development in Asheville, N.C. , and Jason Zweig of Money magazine whose father died of smoking-induced lung cancer and who has written about his general dislike for smoking.
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Oh, I can absolutely see how a journalist's writing would be influenced by his or her background. This frequently happens with novelists too, of course. Thanks for linking to the broadcast; I am going to listen to it now!
Posted by: RisingSunofNihon | Sep 9, 2006 5:51:44 AM
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