The news that four people died when two U.S. news helicopters collided last week was stultifying; the deaths seemed too pointless to even mention here. Then I read Mark Hamilton’s blog post, and find myself in agreement with his opinion that the helicopter crash is a sign that “somehow journalism has lost its way and has copped out of making tough decisions about what deserves to be covered and about what’s important.”
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