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Frédéric Filloux - a debate about the management of facts at “digital speed”

Monday Note :: "Compared to Anglo-Saxon journalism standards, French practices are regrettably lax," Frédéric Filloux writes. "It doesn’t mean that France doesn’t have remarkable writers, editors or medias; but, too often, their practices are just sloppy. Here (France), journalists abuse anonymous quotes and are too cozy with their sources. Papers are insufficiently edited, reporters routinely go after a story with a pre-defined agenda – they know what they want to write and will twist facts, quotes and background accordingly."

How to manage facts at "digital speed" (in France or elsewhere in the world)?

Continue to read Frédéric Filloux, www.mondaynote.com

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