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    Access to a Journalist’s notes

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    Would you want to look at the complete work of a journalist? One lawmaker is proposing that there should be a way to check in on the entire work process from start to finish. Dan and Jimmy take a look at why this isn’t as good an idea as many would think.

    0:00 Intro

    1:15 Were journalists always hounded like they are today?

    4:00 Someone can look at the raw footage/notes of the story.

    5:45 He who proposed the bill, immediately announces his retirement.

    7:00 Many say this is a bad idea.

    9:00 There are some things that aren’t put in for a reason.

    10:30 A conversation starter or a real future law?

    Available to download and listen to now on iTunes, CLNSMedia and now on iHeartRadio. Behind the Media with Dan Lothian and Jimmy Young is brought to you by Away, use special code CLNS for $20 off your purchase.

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    Dan Lothian

    Dan Lothian is the founder of Little Park Media and hosts Behind the Media and Mic Camera Action on the CLNS Media Network. Mr. Lothian spent five years at the network as a White House Correspondent for the George W. Bush and Barack Obama Administrations. Before joining CNN’s Washington bureau, Lothian served as CNN’s Boston bureau chief and correspondent.