Thursday, August 04, 2005

Checkbook Journalism

Speaking of CBA, they're claiming that media outlets are offering up big bucks to students and their family members for interviews about the Geisel story. The school's attorney, Mae A. D'Agostino said,
"I know, and the folks at CBA know, there's a story to be reported here. We expect it to be reported. We just don't want anything unsavory to be done."
I think she means anything else unsavory.

Mark McGuire checks in on the media coverage in today's TU.