Quotations that match 'journalism'.

As I said, I had no publisher for What a Carve Up! while I was writing it, so all we had to live off was my wife's money and little bits I was picking up for journalism. Jonathan Coe
[ Bits Carve Had Journalism Little Live Money Off Picking Publisher Said Up While Wife Writing]
I wrote for a weekly magazine and then edited a literary magazine, but I did not really feel comfortable with the profession of journalism itself. Guillermo Cabrera Infante
[ Comfortable Did Edited Feel Itself Journalism Literary Magazine Profession Really Then Weekly Wrote]
At CNN, our view is that good journalism equals good business. Jim Walton
[ Business Cnn Equals Good Journalism Our View]
I want the news delivered unbiased. I thought that was the whole point with journalism. Aaron McGruder
[ Delivered Journalism News Point Thought Unbiased Want Whole]
I obviously prefer writing novels but I take my journalism very seriously, and I enjoy doing it between novels. It gives me an opportunity to move in the outside world. Mordecai Richler
[ Between Doing Enjoy Gives Journalism Move Novels Obviously Opportunity Outside Prefer Seriously Take Very World Writing]
I'm saying that the WMD reporting was not consciously evil. It was bad journalism, even very bad journalism. Daniel Okrent
[ Bad Consciously Even Evil Journalism Reporting Saying Very Wmd]
In almost every profession - whether it's law or journalism, finance or medicine or academia or running a small business - people rely on confidential communications to do their jobs. We count on the space of trust that confidentiality provides. When someone breaches that trust, we are all worse off for it. Hillary Clinton
[ Academia Almost Business Communications Confidential Confidentiality Count Every Finance Jobs Journalism Law Medicine Off Profession Provides Rely Running Small Someone Space Their Trust Whether Worse]
Literature is the art of writing something that will be read twice; journalism what will be grasped at once. Cyril Connolly
[ Art Grasped Journalism Literature Once Read Something Twice Will Writing]
I suggest that what we want to do is not to leave to posterity a great institution, but to leave behind a great tradition of journalism ably practiced in our time. Henry R. Luce
[ Behind Great Institution Journalism Leave Our Posterity Practiced Suggest Time Tradition Want]
The nature of journalism has been the enemy of idealism and the source of cynicism among American reporters and editors throughout our history. Richard Harwood
[ American Among Been Cynicism Editors Enemy History Idealism Journalism Nature Our Reporters Source Throughout]
It's all storytelling, you know. That's what journalism is all about. Tom Brokaw
[ Journalism Know Storytelling]
I'm in the reporting part of journalism. Jim Lehrer
[ Journalism Part Reporting]
Any work of art that can be understood is the product of journalism. Tristan Tzara
[ Any Art Journalism Product Understood Work]
In journalism it is simpler to sound off than it is to find out. It is more elegant to pontificate than it is to sweat. Harold Evans
[ Elegant Find Journalism More Off Out Pontificate Simpler Sound Sweat Than]
When I started working for Rolling Stone, I became very interested in journalism and thought maybe that's what I was doing, but it wasn't. Annie Leibovitz
[ Became Doing Interested Journalism Maybe Rolling Started Stone Thought Very Working]
There is a huge difference between journalism and advertising. Journalism aspires to truth. Advertising is regulated for truth. I'll put the accuracy of the average ad in this country up against the average news story any time. Jef I. Richards
[ Accuracy Ad Advertising Against Any Aspires Average Between Country Difference Huge Journalism News Put Regulated Story Time Truth Up]
Journalism's ultimate purpose is to inform the reader, to bring him each day a letter from home and never to permit the serving of special interests. Arthur Ochs Sulzberger
[ Bring Day Each Him Home Inform Interests Journalism Letter Never Permit Purpose Reader Serving Special Ultimate]
If journalism is good, it is controversial, by its nature. Julian Assange
[ Controversial Good Journalism Nature]
Local television news, on both radio and television, is so appalling. Makes print journalism look like the greatest stuff ever written. Robert McChesney
[ Appalling Both Ever Greatest Journalism Local Look Makes News Print Radio Stuff Television Written]
In any event, the proper question isn't what a journalist thinks is relevant but what his or her audience thinks is relevant. Denying people information they would find useful because you think they shouldn't find it useful is censorship, not journalism. Michael Kinsley
[ Any Audience Because Censorship Denying Event Find Her His Information Journalism Journalist Proper Question Relevant Think Thinks Useful Would]
Many people would no more think of entering journalism than the sewage business - which at least does us all some good. Stephen Fry
[ Business Does Entering Good Journalism Least Many More Sewage Some Than Think Us Which Would]
Screenplays I didn't really care about, journalism, travel books, getting my writer friends to write about their dreams or something. I just determined to write the books I had to write. Kazuo Ishiguro
[ Books Care Determined Dreams Friends Getting Had Journalism Just Really Screenplays Something Their Travel Write Writer]
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy is a form of service journalism. To be successful, I think it has to be a combination of a good story, it has to be funny, and it also needs to be packed with useful information. Ted Allen
[ Also Combination Eye Form Funny Good Guy Information Journalism Needs Packed Queer Service Story Straight Successful Think Useful]
Journalism students need to understand it and need a solid background in the liberal arts, in sociology, economics, literature and language, because they won't get it later on. Harrison Salisbury
[ Arts Background Because Economics Get Journalism Language Later Liberal Literature Need Sociology Solid Students Understand Won]
Most rock journalism is people who can't write, interviewing people who can't talk, for people who can't read. Frank Zappa
[ Interviewing Journalism Most Read Rock Talk Write]
The journalism school helped me develop writing skills, and I had been enjoying cartooning from a very young age. My interest in puppetry, however, came much later. William Jackson
[ Age Been Came Cartooning Develop Enjoying Had Helped However Interest Journalism Later Much School Skills Very Writing Young]
And I really believe good journalism is good business. Christiane Amanpour
[ Believe Business Good Journalism Really]
Before Truman Capote, journalism and non-fiction weren't taken very seriously. Gerald Clarke
[ Before Capote Journalism Non-Fiction Seriously Taken Truman Very Weren]
The first essence of journalism is to know what you want to know, the second, is to find out who will tell you. John Gunther
[ Essence Find First Journalism Know Out Second Tell Want Will]
There's no worse crime in journalism these days than simply deciding something's a story because Drudge links to it. Chuck Todd
[ Because Crime Days Deciding Drudge Journalism Links Simply Something Story Than These Worse]
If I'd written all the truth I knew for the past ten years, about 600 people - including me - would be rotting in prison cells from Rio to Seattle today. Absolute truth is a very rare and dangerous commodity in the context of professional journalism. Hunter S. Thompson
[ Absolute Cells Commodity Context Dangerous Including Journalism Knew Past Prison Professional Rare Rio Rotting Seattle Ten Today Truth Very Would Written Years]
I always thought writing was the foundation and the basis for journalism in the same way being able to draw is the foundation for art. Bob Schieffer
[ Able Always Art Basis Being Draw Foundation Journalism Same Thought Way Writing]
Well, I mean, the real attack on truth is tabloid journalism in the United States. Julian Assange
[ Attack Journalism Mean Real States Tabloid Truth United Well]
There's a certain elitism that has crept into the attitudes of some in journalism, and it played out perfectly over the issue of these little American flag lapel pins. Brit Hume
[ American Attitudes Certain Elitism Flag Into Issue Journalism Lapel Little Out Over Perfectly Pins Played Some These]
If anyone was talking about journalism in the '50s - it was Edward R.Murrow. David Strathairn
[ Anyone Edward Journalism Murrow Talking]
Journalism is not just a cause, it's also a wacky profession. David Talbot
[ Also Cause Journalism Just Profession Wacky]
A museum show is the acid test for photojournalism. Richard Lacayo
[ Acid Museum Show Test]
Journalism: an ability to meet the challenge of filling the space. Rebecca West
[ Ability Challenge Filling Journalism Meet Space]
In the end, Dan Rather's legend skewered him, CBS and the craft of journalism. Tina Brown
[ Cbs Craft Dan End Him Journalism Legend Rather]
I started on the fringes of journalism as a cartoonist on The Daily Mail. Humphrey Lyttelton
[ Cartoonist Daily Fringes Journalism Mail Started]
In America journalism is apt to be regarded as an extension of history: in Britain, as an extension of conversation. Anthony Sampson
[ America Apt Britain Conversation Extension History Journalism Regarded]
I think almost every newspaper in the United States has lost circulation due to the Internet. I also think the Internet will lead to a lot of plagiarism in journalism. Will McDonough
[ Almost Also Circulation Due Every Internet Journalism Lead Lost Lot Newspaper Plagiarism States Think United Will]
If you believe in journalism, you don't insult good journalists. Sydney Schanberg
[ Believe Good Insult Journalism Journalists]
The meat-and-potatoes work of world journalism is performed by the wire service reporters. Bob Greene
[ Journalism Performed Reporters Service Wire Work World]
The lowest form of popular culture - lack of information, misinformation, disinformation, and a contempt for the truth or the reality of most people's lives - has overrun real journalism. Today, ordinary Americans are being stuffed with garbage. Carl Bernstein
[ Americans Being Contempt Culture Disinformation Form Garbage Information Journalism Lack Lives Lowest Misinformation Most Ordinary Overrun Popular Real Reality Stuffed Today Truth]
You're miserable, edgy and tired. You're in the perfect mood for journalism. Warren Ellis
[ Edgy Journalism Miserable Mood Perfect Tired]
Journalism constructs momentarily arrested equilibriums and gives disorder an implied order. That is already two steps from reality. Thomas Griffith
[ Already Arrested Constructs Disorder Gives Implied Journalism Momentarily Order Reality Steps Two]
I want to go to college to study journalism. I want to speak French fluently, to travel. My mom was a journalist and it's in my blood. Mandy Moore
[ Blood College Fluently French Go Journalism Journalist Mom Speak Study Travel Want]
The critical importance of honest journalism and a free flowing, respectful national conversation needs to be had in our country. But it is being buried as collateral damage in a war whose battles include political correctness and ideological orthodoxy. Juan Williams
[ Battles Being Buried Collateral Conversation Correctness Country Critical Damage Flowing Free Had Honest Ideological Importance Include Journalism National Needs Orthodoxy Our Political Respectful War Whose]
Most magazines have become wallpaper, they're all the same, all the same celebrities. It's really an abysmal time in American journalism right now. But occasionally one story or two will pop out. David Talbot
[ Abysmal American Become Celebrities Journalism Magazines Most Now Occasionally Out Pop Really Right Same Story Time Two Wallpaper Will]
It is grievous to read the papers in most respects, I agree. More and more I skim the headlines only, for one can be sure what is carried beneath them quite automatically, if one has long been a reader of the press journalism. Mary Ritter Beard
[ Agree Automatically Been Beneath Carried Grievous Headlines Journalism Long More Most Only Papers Press Quite Read Reader Respects Sure Them]
And I started as a journalism major at Ohio State, ended up in theater and I love to read. Patricia Heaton
[ Ended Journalism Love Major Ohio Read Started State Theater Up]
I'm an expert on the NewsHour and it isn't how I practice journalism. I am not involved in the story. I serve only as a reporter or someone asking questions. I am not the story. Jim Lehrer
[ Am Asking Expert How Involved Journalism Only Practice Questions Reporter Serve Someone Story]
All the faults of the age come from Christianity and journalism. Christianity, of course, but why journalism? Frank Harris
[ Age Christianity Come Course Faults Journalism Why]
Journalism largely consists of saying "Lord Jones is Dead" to people who never knew that Lord Jones was alive. Gilbert K. Chesterton
[ Alive Consists Dead Jones Journalism Knew Largely Lord Never Saying]
Journalism as theater is what TV news is. Thomas Griffith
[ Journalism News Theater Tv]
Journalism will kill you, but it will keep you alive while you're at it. Horace Greeley
[ Alive Journalism Keep Kill While Will]
Journalism is literature in a hurry. Matthew Arnold
[ Hurry Journalism Literature]
I expected to go into journalism or law. Christie Hefner
[ Expected Go Into Journalism Law]
What passes for investigative journalism is finding somebody with their pants down - literally or otherwise. Robert Scheer
[ Down Finding Investigative Journalism Literally Otherwise Pants Passes Somebody Their]
As electronic journalism came to be evaluated for its cost effectiveness, the network world began breaking up. Roger Mudd
[ Began Breaking Came Cost Effectiveness Electronic Evaluated Journalism Network Up World]
There is a long-standing tradition in the mainstream press of middle-of-the-road journalism that is objective and fair. I would hate to see that fall victim to a panic about the Fox effect. Andrew Heyward
[ Effect Fair Fall Fox Hate Journalism Long-Standing Mainstream Middle-Of-The-Road Objective Panic Press See Tradition Victim Would]
And after about two years, I realized that creative writing was not going to help you ace those biological tests. So I switched over to journalism. I didn't graduate with honors, but I did graduate on time and with some doing. Bob Schieffer
[ Ace After Biological Creative Did Doing Going Graduate Help Honors Journalism Over Realized Some Switched Tests Those Time Two Writing Years]
Novel writing should never be confused with journalism. Unfortunately, in the case of Primary Colors, a fair number of journalists confused. Joe Klein
[ Case Colors Confused Fair Journalism Journalists Never Novel Number Primary Should Unfortunately Writing]
Confrontation is not a dirty word. Sometimes it's the best kind of journalism as long you don't confront people just for the sake of a confrontation. Don Hewitt
[ Best Confront Confrontation Dirty Journalism Just Kind Long Sake Sometimes Word]
I got into journalism because I came of age in the '60s. It just seemed one way for me to get things done. Joe Klein
[ Age Because Came Done Get Got Into Journalism Just Seemed Things Way]
The First Law of Journalism: to confirm existing prejudice, rather than contradict it. Alexander Cockburn
[ Confirm Contradict Existing First Journalism Law Prejudice Rather Than]
Media is just a word that has come to mean bad journalism. Graham Greene
[ Bad Come Journalism Just Mean Media Word]
For many years I was engaged in journalism, writing articles and chronicles for the daily press without ever joining the staff of any newspaper. Johannes Vilhelm Jensen
[ Any Articles Chronicles Daily Engaged Ever Joining Journalism Many Newspaper Press Staff Without Writing Years]
Be careful. Journalism is more addictive than crack cocaine. Your life can get out of balance. Dan Rather
[ Addictive Balance Careful Crack Get Journalism Life More Out Than Your]
I'm not in the judgment part of journalism. Jim Lehrer
[ Journalism Judgment Part]
In journalism, there has always been a tension between getting it first and getting it right. Ellen Goodman
[ Always Been Between First Getting Journalism Right Tension]
I didn't like the competitiveness of big-time journalism. Charles Kuralt
[ Big-Time Competitiveness Journalism]
Perhaps the biggest problem in journalism is the cult divide between journalists and corporate owners. Ken Auletta
[ Between Biggest Corporate Cult Divide Journalism Journalists Owners Perhaps Problem]
Journalism is in fact history on the run. Thomas Griffith
[ Fact History Journalism Run]
Journalism is a kind of profession, or craft, or racket, for people who never wanted to grow up and go out into the real world. Harry Reasoner
[ Craft Go Grow Into Journalism Kind Never Out Profession Racket Real Up Wanted World]
Publishing is a business, but journalism never was and is not essentially a business. Nor is it a profession. Henry R. Luce
[ Business Essentially Journalism Never Nor Profession Publishing]
Freedom of the press is not questioned when investigative journalism unearths scandals, But that does not mean that every classified state document should be made available to journalists. Otto Schily
[ Available Classified Document Does Every Freedom Investigative Journalism Journalists Made Mean Press Questioned Scandals Should State]
It is the role of good journalism to take on powerful abusers, and when powerful abusers are taken on, there's always a bad reaction. So we see that controversy, and we believe that is a good thing to engage in. Julian Assange
[ Always Bad Believe Controversy Engage Good Journalism Powerful Reaction Role See Take Taken Thing]
I fooled some of the most brilliant people in journalism. Jayson Blair
[ Brilliant Fooled Journalism Most Some]
I worked for a newspaper in Europe for, I lived in Europe for about seven years, so I worked in this sort of a yellow journalism kind of a thing, it was like a scandal sheet. Kurt Loder
[ Europe Journalism Kind Lived Newspaper Scandal Seven Sheet Sort Thing Worked Years Yellow]
Journalism can never be silent: that is its greatest virtue and its greatest fault. It must speak, and speak immediately, while the echoes of wonder, the claims of triumph and the signs of horror are still in the air. Henry Anatole Grunwald
[ Air Claims Echoes Fault Greatest Horror Immediately Journalism Must Never Signs Silent Speak Still Triumph Virtue While Wonder]
I see journalists as the manual workers, the laborers of the word. Journalism can only be literature when it is passionate. Marguerite Duras
[ Journalism Journalists Laborers Literature Manual Only Passionate See Word Workers]
Objective journalism and an opinion column are about as similar as the Bible and Playboy magazine. Walter Cronkite
[ Bible Column Journalism Magazine Objective Opinion Playboy Similar]
I think journalism gets measured by the quality of information it presents, not the drama or the pyrotechnics associated with us. Bob Woodward
[ Associated Drama Gets Information Journalism Measured Presents Pyrotechnics Quality Think Us]
Anonymous sources are a practice of American journalism in the 20th and 21st century, a relatively recent practice. The literary tradition of anonymity goes back to the Bible. Joe Klein
[ American Anonymity Anonymous Back Bible Century Goes Journalism Literary Practice Recent Relatively Sources Tradition]
Needless, heedless, wanton and deliberate injury of the sort inflicted by Life's picture story is not an essential instrument of responsible journalism. Abe Fortas
[ Deliberate Essential Heedless Inflicted Injury Instrument Journalism Life Needless Picture Responsible Sort Story Wanton]
A composite is a euphemism for a lie. It's disorderly. It's dishonest and it's not journalism. Fred W. Friendly
[ Composite Dishonest Disorderly Euphemism Journalism Lie]
Journalism was looked upon as a more noble thing than it is now. I don't know if it carries the same cachet that it did then. Pat Oliphant
[ Carries Did Journalism Know Looked More Noble Now Same Than Then Thing Upon]
Fantasy should be as close as possible to journalism. Dino Buzzati
[ Close Fantasy Journalism Possible Should]
I am deeply interested in the progress and elevation of journalism, having spent my life in that profession, regarding it as a noble profession and one of unequaled importance for its influence upon the minds and morals of the people. Joseph Pulitzer
[ Am Deeply Elevation Having Importance Influence Interested Journalism Life Minds Morals Noble Profession Progress Regarding Spent Upon]
Contradictory to my religion, I think, is journalism. Sydney Schanberg
[ Contradictory Journalism Religion Think]
The Defense Department's plan to ban newspaper reporters from pool coverage of military operations is incredible. It reveals the administration to be out of touch with journalism, reality and the First Amendment. Arthur Ochs Sulzberger
[ Administration Amendment Ban Coverage Defense Department First Incredible Journalism Military Newspaper Operations Out Plan Pool Reality Reporters Reveals Touch]
I think journalism is a great way to do public service, to have an impact on your community. Bob Schieffer
[ Community Great Impact Journalism Public Service Think Way Your]
When I entered politics, I took the only downward turn you could take from journalism. Jim Hightower
[ Could Downward Entered Journalism Only Politics Take Took Turn]
I've created a vocabulary of different styles. I draw from many different ways to take a picture. Sometimes I go back to reportage, to journalism. Annie Leibovitz
[ Back Created Different Draw Go Journalism Many Picture Sometimes Styles Take Vocabulary Ways]
A long life in journalism convinced me many presidents ago that there should be a large air space between a journalist and the head of a state. Walter Lippmann
[ Ago Air Between Convinced Head Journalism Journalist Large Life Long Many Presidents Should Space State]
There is no more respected or influential forum in the field of journalism than the New York Times. I look forward, with great anticipation, to contributing to its op-ed page. Ted Koppel
[ Anticipation Contributing Field Forum Forward Great Influential Journalism Look More New Page Respected Than Times York]
As I went to college, I went into radio and television. Now I suppose most people think that's one step ahead of basket weaving as a major in college, but it was part of the journalism department. Sam Donaldson
[ Ahead Basket College Department Into Journalism Major Most Now Part Radio Step Suppose Television Think Weaving Went]
So this guy, Jeff Johnson, who is an accountant who cares nothing at all about a free press and cares nothing about journalism, he's a right winger who supported the war, you know, who two years ago told people he couldn't stand a word that I wrote. Robert Scheer
[ Accountant Ago Cares Free Guy Jeff Johnson Journalism Know Nothing Press Right Stand Supported Told Two War Winger Word Wrote Years]
The only school that let me in was U.C. Santa Cruz, which is where I went. They didn't have a journalism program, so I took sociology, which is the closest thing to journalism. David Talbot
[ Closest Cruz Journalism Only Program Santa School Sociology Thing Took Went Where Which]
I don't think Fox News or Rush Limbaugh need Clinton it turns out. I think there's a hunger out there for - whether it's on the left or right - a more lively and provocative type of political journalism. I think Salon and Fox on the other side have both benefited from that. David Talbot
[ Benefited Both Clinton Fox Hunger Journalism Left Limbaugh Lively More Need News Other Out Political Provocative Right Rush Salon Side Think Turns Type Whether]
I don't have any well-developed philosophy about journalism. Ultimately it is important in a society like this, so people can know about everything that goes wrong. Charles Kuralt
[ Any Everything Goes Important Journalism Know Philosophy Society Ultimately Well-Developed Wrong]
I keep telling myself to calm down, to take less of an interest in things and not to get so excited, but I still care a lot about liberty, freedom of speech and expression, and fairness in journalism. Kate Adie
[ Calm Care Down Excited Expression Fairness Freedom Get Interest Journalism Keep Less Liberty Lot Myself Speech Still Take Telling Things]
TV journalism is a much more collaborative, horizontal business than print reporting. It has to be, because of the logistics. Anchors are wholly dependent on producers to do all the hustling. Tina Brown
[ Anchors Because Business Collaborative Dependent Horizontal Hustling Journalism Logistics More Much Print Producers Reporting Than Tv Wholly]
They take journalism really seriously because they know the force that it is and can be. Christiane Amanpour
[ Because Force Journalism Know Really Seriously Take]
You're under pressure when you produce facts. You're working with facts in journalism, but you're under all kinds of formal constraints; there are expectations. Denis Johnson
[ Constraints Expectations Facts Formal Journalism Kinds Pressure Produce Under Working]
To conclude: good journalism is one of the models of good conversation and communication in the wider social context. Rowan D. Williams
[ Communication Conclude Context Conversation Good Journalism Models Social Wider]
I don't believe in gutter politics. I don't believe in gutter journalism. Maria Shriver
[ Believe Gutter Journalism Politics]
After Watergate, which happened when I was in college, I became increasingly inspired by journalism as a way to change the world. It sounds corny, but to wake the public up, to serve a higher cause. David Talbot
[ After Became Cause Change College Corny Happened Higher Increasingly Inspired Journalism Public Serve Sounds Up Wake Watergate Way Which World]
If an investigative reporter finds out that someone has been robbing the store, that may be "gotcha" journalism, but it's also good journalism. Ben Bradlee
[ Also Been Finds Good Investigative Journalism May Out Reporter Robbing Someone Store]
The central dilemma in journalism is that you don't know what you don't know. Bob Woodward
[ Central Dilemma Journalism Know]
My favorite thing is still journalism. I'm almost 50. This has been my life ever since I was in college. David Talbot
[ Almost Been College Ever Favorite Journalism Life Since Still Thing]
And I believe that good journalism, good television, can make our world a better place. Christiane Amanpour
[ Believe Better Good Journalism Make Our Place Television World]
In general, science journalism concerns itself with what has been published in a handful of peer-reviewed journals - Nature, Cell, The New England Journal of Medicine - which set the agenda. Michael Pollan
[ Agenda Been Cell Concerns England General Handful Itself Journal Journalism Journals Medicine Nature New Published Science Set Which]
Don't count out other amazing programming like Frontline. You will still find more hours of in-depth news programming, investigative journalism and analysis on PBS than on any other outlet. Gwen Ifill
[ Amazing Analysis Any Count Find Hours In-Depth Investigative Journalism More News Other Out Outlet Pbs Programming Still Than Will]
We didn't see what happened after mortars landed, only the puff of smoke. There were horrors that were completely left out of this war. So was this journalism? Or was this coverage? Ashleigh Banfield
[ After Completely Coverage Happened Horrors Journalism Landed Left Only Out Puff See Smoke War Were]
One of the sad things about contemporary journalism is that it actually matters very little. The world now is almost inured to the power of journalism. The best journalism would manage to outrage people. And people are less and less inclined to outrage. David Simon
[ Actually Almost Best Contemporary Inclined Inured Journalism Less Little Manage Matters Now Outrage Power Sad Things Very World Would]
I still believe that if your aim is to change the world, journalism is a more immediate short-term weapon. Tom Stoppard
[ Aim Believe Change Immediate Journalism More Short-Term Still Weapon World Your]
Journalism: A profession whose business is to explain to others what it personally does not understand. Lord Northcliffe
[ Business Does Explain Journalism Others Personally Profession Understand Whose]
The Congressional leaders set the agenda for journalism; it's not the other way around. Michael Pollan
[ Agenda Around Congressional Journalism Leaders Other Set Way]
The biggest problem in rock journalism is that often the writer's main motivation is to become friends with the band. They're not really journalists; they're people who want to be involved in rock and roll. Chuck Klosterman
[ Band Become Biggest Friends Involved Journalism Journalists Main Motivation Often Problem Really Rock Roll Want Writer]
Journalism wishes to tell what it is that has happened everywhere as though the same things had happened for every man. Poetry wishes to say what it is like for any man to be himself in the presence of a particular occurrence as though only he were alone there. Archibald MacLeish
[ Alone Any Every Everywhere Had Happened Himself Journalism Man Occurrence Only Particular Poetry Presence Same Say Tell Things Though Were Wishes]
I read Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Reader's Digest... I read some responsible journalism, and from that, I form my own opinions. I also happen to be intelligent, and I question everything. Gary Coleman
[ Also Digest Everything Form Happen Intelligent Journalism Mechanics Opinions Own Popular Question Read Reader Responsible Science Some]
Journalism without a moral position is impossible. Every journalist is a moralist. It's absolutely unavoidable. Marguerite Duras
[ Absolutely Every Impossible Journalism Journalist Moral Moralist Position Unavoidable Without]
Some in journalism consider themselves apart from and to some extent above the people they purport to serve. Brit Hume
[ Above Apart Consider Extent Journalism Purport Serve Some Themselves]
David Brinkley was an icon of modern broadcast journalism, a brilliant writer who could say in a few words what the country needed to hear during times of crisis, tragedy and triumph. Tom Brokaw
[ Brilliant Broadcast Could Country Crisis David During Few Hear Icon Journalism Modern Needed Say Times Tragedy Triumph Words Writer]
Journalism is popular, but it is popular mainly as fiction. Life is one world, and life seen in the newspapers is another. Gilbert K. Chesterton
[ Another Fiction Journalism Life Mainly Newspapers Popular Seen World]
Stanford had no journalism program so I just learned by doing, effectively. John Pomfret
[ Doing Effectively Had Journalism Just Learned Program Stanford]
See, I have no journalism in my background, so I wasn't practised at research or writing non-fiction, nor at handling the truth in a journalistic way. Journalists know when to call a halt and write something, but I kept on looking for answers. John Sladek
[ Answers Background Call Halt Handling Journalism Journalistic Journalists Kept Know Looking Non-Fiction Nor Practised Research See Something Truth Way Write Writing]
Good journalism, I think, represents life and if you try to organize something too neatly it usually blows up in your face and doesn't really happen the way you want it to. John Pomfret
[ Blows Face Good Happen Journalism Life Neatly Organize Really Represents Something Think Too Try Up Usually Want Way Your]
People may expect too much of journalism. Not only do they expect it to be entertaining, they expect it to be true. Lewis H. Lapham
[ Entertaining Expect Journalism May Much Only Too True]
I think people should be consumers of journalism. Andrew Vachss
[ Consumers Journalism Should Think]
There were influences in my life that were more important than journalism, such as comic strips and radio. Guillermo Cabrera Infante
[ Comic Important Influences Journalism Life More Radio Strips Such Than Were]
Journalism seems to have recovered its reason for being. Howard Kurtz
[ Being Journalism Reason Recovered Seems]
I can't think of any other job in journalism where the newsmakers come to you. Bob Schieffer
[ Any Come Job Journalism Newsmakers Other Think Where]
When I was a freelancer, I thought this journalism thing was a racket, and now that I'm where I am now, I know it's a racket. Tabitha Soren
[ Am Journalism Know Now Racket Thing Thought Where]
The courage in journalism is sticking up for the unpopular, not the popular. Geraldo Rivera
[ Courage Journalism Popular Sticking Unpopular Up]
I've always enjoyed writing, I graduated with a degree in English; I've done bits of journalism. Michael York
[ Always Bits Degree Done English Enjoyed Graduated Journalism Writing]
Ideology, politics and journalism, which luxuriate in failure, are impotent in the face of hope and joy. P. J. O'Rourke
[ Face Failure Hope Ideology Impotent Journalism Joy Politics Which]
If we're going to live as we are in a world of supply and demand, then journalists had better find a way to create a demand for good journalism. Bill Kovach
[ Better Create Demand Find Going Good Had Journalism Journalists Live Supply Then Way World]
Environmental concern is now firmly embedded in public life: in education, medicine and law; in journalism, literature and art. Barry Commoner Environmental
[ Art Concern Education Embedded Environmental Firmly Journalism Law Life Literature Medicine Now Public]
Laziness has become the chief characteristic of journalism, displacing incompetence. Kingsley Amis
[ Become Characteristic Chief Displacing Incompetence Journalism Laziness]
Journalism is the protection between people and any sort of totalitarian rule. That's why my hero, admittedly a flawed one, is a journalist. Andrew Vachss
[ Admittedly Any Between Flawed Hero Journalism Journalist Protection Rule Sort Totalitarian Why]
I came over here and worked for rock magazines, and I worked for Rolling Stone, which has a very high standard of journalism, a very good research department. Kurt Loder
[ Came Department Good Here High Journalism Magazines Over Research Rock Rolling Standard Stone Very Which Worked]
All of journalism is a shrinking art. So much of it is hype. The O.J. Simpson story is a landmark in the decline of journalism. Dick Schaap
[ Art Decline Hype Journalism Landmark Much Shrinking Simpson Story]
Speaking generally, people who are drawn to journalism are interested in what happens from the ground up less than they are from the top down. Tom Brokaw
[ Down Drawn Generally Ground Happens Interested Journalism Less Speaking Than Top Up]
Memory is the personal journalism of the soul. Richard Schickel
[ Journalism Memory Personal Soul]
Journalism allows its readers to witness history; fiction gives its readers an opportunity to live it. John Hersey
[ Allows Fiction Gives History Journalism Live Opportunity Readers Witness]
Before Truman, journalism and non-fiction weren't taken very seriously. Gerald Clarke
[ Before Journalism Non-Fiction Seriously Taken Truman Very Weren]
You find the most important thing that really grabs you, and put it right up top. Don't bury the lead. Put it at the top. Best thing to do. Never go wrong that way. It's an immutable law of journalism. It just always works. Kurt Loder
[ Always Best Bury Find Go Grabs Immutable Important Journalism Just Law Lead Most Never Put Really Right Thing Top Up Way Works Wrong]
Journalism is concerned with events, poetry with feelings. Journalism is concerned with the look of the world, poetry with the feel of the world. Archibald MacLeish
[ Concerned Events Feel Feelings Journalism Look Poetry World]
Internet journalism is not a world we know very well at all. It's conducted more on the screen and less in bars, which makes it rather less useful for getting stories about people throwing up over one another, which is what one's after. Ian Hislop
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Journalism is what maintains democracy. It's the force for progressive social change. Andrew Vachss
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The TV business is uglier than most things. It is normally perceived as some kind of cruel and shallow money trench through the heart of the journalism industry, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free and good men die like dogs, for no good reason. Hunter S. Thompson
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I would be lying if I said the journalism doesn't reflect my own choices as a reporter and a writer: what to say, what to emphasize, how to say it, what is true or untrue. David Simon
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The dirty little secret of journalism is that it really isn't a profession, it's a craft. All you need is a telephone and a conscience and you're all set. Andrew Sullivan
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I recognize that I had a good deal of good luck in my life. I came along at a time when it was pretty easy to get a job in journalism. I went to work at CBS News when I was about 22, and within a year or so was reporting on the air. Charles Kuralt
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I'd like to get back into journalism. I'm hoping someone will offer me a job as a commentator or one of those political analysts that you see on the news shows all the time. Jeff Gannon
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Surely the glory of journalism is its transience. Malcolm Muggeridge
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It's all a sham: I have seen, and I know firsthand, indeed from my own pen, how the organized Right has sabotaged not only journalism but also democracy and truth. David Brock
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My own view, there is a need for and a demonstrated need for more journalism now than there ever has been. Jim Lehrer
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The big journals and Nobel laureates are the equivalent of Congressional leaders in science journalism. Michael Pollan
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