When Corporate Managers Nudge News Decisions

Green, Philippa
June 2006
Nieman Reports;Summer2006, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p19
The author reflects on the impact of the clash of cultures in South African on the ability of editors and journalists to investigate stories. She relates the experience of broadcast reporter Mandla Zembe in covering a rally for the anniversary of the Soweto uprisings. She cites the interferences created by the government against the press. He offers information on the South Africa Broadcasting Corp. and its operations.


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