In objective journalism, which distinguishes factual reports from opinion columns, modern reporters strive to maintain a neutral attitude toward the issue or event they cover; they also search out competing points of view among the sources for a story

1. Choose a quote that inspires or intrigues you from the appropriate chapter in the textbook, and display it at the top of your post = 4 points

“In objective journalism, which distinguishes factual reports from opinion columns, modern reporters strive to maintain a neutral attitude toward the issue or event they cover; they also search out competing points of view among the sources for a story” (243).

2. Write at least two substantive paragraphs of personal reflection about (or inspired by) that quote. = 10 points