Monday, May 14, 2007

Reporting the (not so) obvious

Ana Marie Cox:

I'm sure there are news consumers who don't realize that a damaging story about candidate X was spurred by an email from a flack for candidate Y.

Yes, there are. They are the <1% of the populous who closely follows political journalism (note: stat pulled out of my ass, but probably close to accurate).

Ironically, Cox may be highlighting one of the myopic aspects of beltway journalism: the assumption that what is general knowledge within the beltway is general knowledge outside the beltway.

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