Little Bunch of Madmen: Elements of Global Reporting

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 10/19/2010
  • Publisher: Consortium Book Sales & Dist
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Aspiring and professional reporters will prize the hard-won, practical advice in Little Bunch of Madmen, which details how to cover stories abroad. But this primer also helps all engaged citizens cross cultural bridges to understand the vital human context that underpins good reporting. Rosenblum draws on his own experiences and interviews with legendary journalists for this unique field manual for global reporting. As The New Yorker's Jon Lee Anderson put it: "...The best thing yet written about the state of modern journalism by one of its few true living masters, and every reporter working today should go out and buy it and read it...I predict that older hacks will want to keep a copy with themselves, too--as much to read and reread for their enjoyment, much like their well-thumbed copies of Scoop--as for its symbolic value as a talisman, like a sacred thread from the Dalai Lama's robe."

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