Yesterday, the Politico hit a home run with their latest in depth piece on President Obama. The well-researched article that will likely set the journalistic standard for investigative pieces for years to come, was about the Commander in Chief’s use of a …
Here’s a lesson for journalists dead set on attempting to cover stories of great significance: If your piece forces you to include quotes from White House photographers complaining about not being able to set up good shots of the President, you might consider going back to the drawing board.
We have to agree with Bill Burton on this one:
"Whether one uses note cards or a teleprompter, the American people are a lot more concerned about the plans relayed than the method of delivery. This is not always true of the media," said Bill Burton, deputy press secretary.
What will they cover next? White House lawn darts?