drewvigal:

jayrosen:

All of this becomes clear in Retraction, which is an extraordinary display of transparency in corrective journalism.

Agreed. Definitely worth a listen.

FJP: Important as can be. Ira Glass and This American Life retraction of its Mike Daisey Apple/Foxconn episode.

Should be listened to but if you want to read the transcript, it’s available here.

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