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Experts Discuss Limits of Media Exposure

Too much "transparency" among print and broadcast journalists can promote timidity among younger reporters, is one opinion expressed at the First Amendment Breakfast on Dec. 12. A panel consisting of Eve Burton, general counsel for the Hearst Corporation, Ken Auletta, The New Yorker, Shelby Coffey, Freedom Forum Fellow, Norman Pearlstine, editor-in-chief, Time Inc., discussed "Media in Chaos: How Much Disclosure Is Too Much?"

 
Floyd Abrams

Floyd Abrams

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Shelby Coffey

Shelby Coffey

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Norman Pearlstine

Norman Pearlstine

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Ken Auletta

Ken Auletta

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Eve Burton

Eve Burton

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Production Number: 400
Shot: December 12, 2005
Published: Mar 29, 2006
Last modified:Mar 31, 2006