March 27, 2003

Baltimore Sun Story on Webl...

Baltimore Sun Story on Weblogs: With quotes from me, Dan Gillmoor, Paul Boutin, and Command Post co-founder Alan Nelson, who has the best one-liner:

Now, people are participating in the information much more.
I should amend my quote about why I think networks should broadcast horrible images, including that of dead soldiers: I don't think those should be shown, on American television at least, if A) they show any identifying characteristics, and B) the family has not been notified. As this heartbreaking story from yesterday's L.A. Times shows, some families have seen their dead sons on TV first, and that ain't right.

Posted by at March 27, 2003 09:49 AM
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March 27, 2003

Baltimore Sun Story on Webl...

Baltimore Sun Story on Weblogs: With quotes from me, Dan Gillmoor, Paul Boutin, and Command Post co-founder Alan Nelson, who has the best one-liner:

Now, people are participating in the information much more.
I should amend my quote about why I think networks should broadcast horrible images, including that of dead soldiers: I don't think those should be shown, on American television at least, if A) they show any identifying characteristics, and B) the family has not been notified. As this heartbreaking story from yesterday's L.A. Times shows, some families have seen their dead sons on TV first, and that ain't right.

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