Is the reporter befuddled or confrontational?

Mullich, Joe
November 1999
Business Journal (Central New York);11/12/99, Vol. 13 Issue 45, p31
Deals with interviews by reporters. Distinction between interviewing styles of the television and the print reporter; Tendency of reporters to bellow questions and seek for glaring reactions; Interest of print reporter on issues and context.


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