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And journalists and editors, costly to keep, were likely target number one. My student wondered: What was so unsatisfactory about a 20 percent annual proﬁt for newspapers? What about the notion that good and effective journalism, not shareholder pressure, should be the strongest and most important engine driving a news organization’s success or failure? Another young reporter with several years’ experience covering major professional sports teams and an excellent record at culling sources was ﬂabbergasted when a network television sports reporter suddenly appeared on the scene of an important news story on his beat in nearby Oakland and miraculously managed to get an exclusive on-camera interview with a source at the center of the story.
Richards, an oft-quoted advertising professor at the University of Texas at Austin, who once said in defense of the honor of the public relations and advertising professions, “There is a huge difference between journalism and advertising. Journalism aspires to truth. Advertising is regulated for truth. S. 41 In fact, we are not so far removed from the days when it was common for tabloid reporters to masquerade as surgeons, nurses, cops, or private detectives or to use hidden cameras in order to get scoops and when political and advertising payola greased the news industry even more blatantly than it does now.
Staley: That is right. Is it the head of Martha Stewart? It is, in fact, the head of Martha Stewart. In prison, or from some other time? I’m not exactly sure when that picture was taken, but it was not within the last ﬁve months. So it’s an old picture . . Yes. . of Martha Stewart’s face stuck on somebody else’s body. Fair game? I mean, don’t we look at this and think that’s a picture of Martha Stewart? Well, it appears that there are enough people who have believed that we’ve somehow managed to orchestrate a photo shoot with Martha in the prison, which we did not.