It doesn’t happen often. But it happens. Occasionally a television news reporter suffers backlash from a story that made somebody mad. In this case, as series of investigative reports about teenage drinking prompted some angry response. And the ire wasn’t just directed at the reporter. Her family felt the fallout too. This is a good reminder that, yes, people do hear what reporters say and sometimes they don’t like it.
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- The Lonely Death of George Bell – The New York Times
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- 6 questions journalists should be able to answer before pitching a story | Poynter.
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