Nieman Journalism Lab: Why the NYT was wrong to keep quiet about Rohde’s kidnap

Matthew Ingram believes the cover-up of David Rohde’s kidnap made ‘things harder not just for future kidnapping victims such as Rohde, but for newspapers and other mainstream media outlets as a whole.’

Ingram responds to criticism in the comments below the post.

Full post at this link…

Also see: NYTimes.com: ‘Keeping News of Kidnapping Off Wikipedia’

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