From the NZ Herald Manual of Journalism, 1967, a NZ Herald reporter breaks news from the scene of a fire via the radio telephone.
I got a bit of a reality check at the GIMD journalism conference I attended recently, in several ways. The conference was held in Bali and its scope included ethics, minorities and reporting in conflict zones. I spoke, briefly, about how the internet is profoundly changing the delivery of news, how people find and keep up to date with news, who gathers news and how.
Via Virtual Economics comes a memorable cartoon about balance in journalism.