Monday, May 24, 2004

Where to draw the line

How sensitive should headline writers be to the feelings of a story's subject? What about the subject's relatives? How much detail is insensitive? When does it become sensational?

The public editor at the Virginian-Pilot discusses the topics with force.

He also touches on when to prey and when to pray. And how "prose ain't poetry."


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