Into the Buzzsaw: Leading Journalists Expose the Myth of a Free Press

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Kristina Börjesson
Prometheus Books, 2002 - Social Science - 392 pages
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Featuring a foreword by Gore Vidal, a penetrating collection of powerful essays, from award-winning print and TV journalists, details the perilous state of American journalism in today's world by revealing their own personal experiences with censorship and concerted corporate and/or government efforts to destroy their controversial stories and their careers.

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INTO THE BUZZSAW: Leading Journalists Expose the Myth of a Free Press, pretty much says it all right there in the title. Edited by Kristina Borjesson, an Emmy and Murrow Award winner for her ... Read full review

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Significant stories by investigative reporters do not always reach the air or find their way into print; some of them get caught in "the buzzsaw" that rips through both their reporting and their ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
5
Editors Introduction
11
The Fox the Hounds and the Sacred Cows
37
Copyright

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Kristina Borjesson is an Emmy and Murrow Award-winning investigative reporter who has worked for CBS and CNN.

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