Part 2 of Inside the Daily has been posted:

“Shortly after the incident above, which occurred on September 25, 2002, a strange man walked into the Michigan Daily newsroom. Excited, he said that he had been a former writer for the Daily, and was now employed by the University. He wanted to speak to the reporter investigating the spoof email because he thought he might have a theory about who sent them. The editor-in-chief at the time, Jon Schwartz, quickly replied something to the effect that the Daily didn’t do investigations anymore. The man replied something like: “You don’t do investigations any more? In my day, the Daily was investigating everything!” Overhearing this interaction, I introduced myself and offered to talk to the man. […] “

> From Part 2: “Fair and Balanced” an Objective Newspaper Does Not Make: A Crisis of Truth

Author: Rob