Monthly Archives: September 2014

Geting it wrong…the sequel

In a previous post, I kvetched about news reporters getting the facts wrong (or incomplete) and thus undermining the story. Here are a few more things you see, or hear, far too much. 1. Pronunciation: Many TV reporters are not … Continue reading

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Delmarva Today

I just did an interview on the radio interview show Delmarva Today, with Hal Wilson on Delmarva Public Radio in Salisbury, Maryland. (Delmarva stands for Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia) Hal actually read the books, and had some pretty thoughtful questions. … Continue reading

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Getting it wrong

You seldom hear anyone refer to a person as being “as smart as a TV news reporter”. There is a reason for this. Reporters, especially the TV news variety, have a spectacular ability to get the story wrong, then to … Continue reading

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