Journalism in Six Words – A Poynter Contest

Shamelessly taken from Miranda Writes, journalism in six words:

  • Doing more with less since 1690
  • We’ll always have Paris … or Britney
  • It’s how I change the world.
  • Get it right, write it tight
  • They’ll miss us when we’re gone
  • Feed the watchdog, euthanize the lapdog
  • Who, what, when, where, why, Web
  • Facts, schmacts … how is my hair?
  • Dirty commie latte-sipping liberal scum
  • Please stop griping, now start typing

I like #1, #3 and #7.

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One Comment on “Journalism in Six Words – A Poynter Contest”

  1. Bernstein Says:

    Where the hell is my Pulitzer?

    Real journalists aren’t on television.


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