Karen Peterson

August 11, 2013 12:00 AM

Karen Peterson: New age means journalists must expand repertoire

Being a good reporter has always required a complex set of skills. A doggedness about pursuing the facts. An analytical mind. An ease that invites people to talk. An ability to write clearly and hold a reader’s attention. A strong ethical backbone, and a desire to serve the community.

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