The Current | Nov 30, 2012 | 17:23
Admitting journalistic bias on social media
For the average person on a social network, it's easy to apologize for a snarky comment. For journalists however, an unedited thought on social media can bring accusations of bias against the journalist's employer. We hear what the New York Times is doing about this -- and ask exactly what role reporters have in the 140 character universe.