Do Something, Jody

Freeman, Neal B.
May 1980
National Review;5/30/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p646
The article comments on the presidential press conference of U.S. President Jimmy Carter. It describes the interrogation style of the press people, including Frank Cormier of the Associated Press. The types of questions being given to Carter are analyzed. It offers information on the appearance of Daniel Schorr of the Cable News Network. The problem with the questioning style of television reporters is discussed.


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