Tag Archives: Democratic Party

How To Scoop The U.S. Press Corps

By | July 9, 2004

Perhaps we journalists need better tools to find out the stories we’re looking for. According to Ed Cone, a posting on an aviation website late on Monday may have been the first evidence of the Kerry/Edwards tie-up: A poster to the US Airways forum called ‘aerosmith’ said he/she had spotted John Kerry’s plane in a Pittsburgh hangar, where… Read More »

Will blogging keep the mainstream media in line?

By | February 12, 2004

Here’s a very interesting piece from Mark Glaser on the Adopt-A-Journalist movement, otherwise called Watchblogs. “The so-called “watchblogs” are generally anonymous bloggers who have taken it upon themselves to read each report from a particular presidential campaign reporter and then critique it for factual errors or bias,” Glaser writes. “If they gain traction, watchblogs represent another step in… Read More »