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Daily Archives: November 18, 2010
We have now Politiek24, but how relevant is it to watch the politicians? Joris Luyendijk notes that Journalists spend 75% time to the politicians, whereas lobbyist are spending 75% on governmental workers and the EU. A strong plead for investigative journalism and recall that journalists should remember that they really look where the power lies, not just the public responsibility. News from the EU institutions receives an increasing share of media attention, but not 75%. Where’s the balance?