29
October
2009

Is there a Crisis in World Journalism? Jeremy Paxman

Jeremy Paxman is a prominent and noteworthy presenter known and praised his abrasive and straightforward style of interviewing. He started his career in a local radio at BBC radio Brighton and in 1977, he became a part of BBC’s current affairs programme, Tonight. Was a reporter for Panorama and contributed to television programmes like Six O'Clock News and Breakfast Time. Owing to his commanding verbal skills, Jeremy Paxman became the anchor of BBC Two television programme, Newsnight. In 2003, the former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, decided to discuss the invasion of Iraq with the television studio audience and Jeremy Paxman mediating the event. Jeremy Paxman has delivered lectures expressing concerns over the consequence of recent production scandals that has made media to lose public trust rapidly.

Here he discusses whether world journalism is in crisis

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