Journalists interviewing journalists about journalism might sound like an Escher nightmare to some, but CNN’s “Reliable Sources” makes it work.
Part of the reason is interesting guests. Yesterday, Westport native and Staples grad Mark Potts was on.
A former technology correspondent for the Washington Post, now a media consultant and journalism professor at the University of Maryland, he and host Howard Kurtz discussed whether Facebook — on the eve of its behemoth IPO — is overtaking traditional media as a source for news.
It’s a great question. To see Mark’s insights, click here.