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The role of religion reporting in the newsroom Part 1

    Also see “The Role of religion in the newsroom, Part 2″with Laurie Goodstein, a national religion correspondent for The New York Times.     Related

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Ernest Chi Cho, Columbia News

Ernest Chi Cho, Columbia News

 

 

Also see "The Role of religion in the newsroom, Part 2"with Laurie Goodstein, a national religion correspondent for The New York Times.

 

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7 Responses to “The role of religion reporting in the newsroom Part 1” Leave a reply ›

  • I think you are referring to Mike Luo, who now is Deputy Editor for Metro. He shifted from one reporter position to become a religion reporter before being assigned to Iraq, politics, etc. See our video here.

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  • Hi John,

    This was just a two-part series. Here is part 2 with Laurie Goodstein of The New York Times:

  • And, where is the report about the NY Times editor who had worked on weekend stuff and was moved over to reporting on religion? There was a report with him giving a talk.

  • Good report. Is there a "Role of religion in the newsroom Part 2, Part 3, etc???

  • Good article.

  • Of course, we are news media site so we are always out in the field doing interviews, photography and video. It takes a very good and responsible team, which we have. We also have quite a few volunteers who do really excellent work.

    You should regularly publish entries and encourage interaction with your supporters. Best!

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