"Maybe journalists never had credibility"von Stephan Weichert und Leif Kramp und Iris Ockenfels
You should not compare investigative and all other journalism, but rather differenciate between good and bad journalism, says renowned reporter Adam Penenberg. He is probably most known for uncovering the scandal surrounding journalist Stephan Glass who in the 90s fabricated several articles published in prestigious magazines.
In the 12th and final installment in the VOCER interview series "Digitale Mediapolis", Penenberg talks about credibility, influence and how technology changes the game.
Authors: Stephan Weichert, Leif Kramp
Camera/Director: Iris Ockenfels
Editor/Mix: Christoph Brüggemeier
Speaker: Markus Küll
Music: On Til Dawn, freeplaymusic.com
Participation: Pia Gurgel, Christin Weigelt
Chief Editor: Stephan Weichert
Go here for the German version of this video.
More interviews from this series: Jeff Jarvis, Chris Anderson, David Cohn, Geneva Overholser, Jay Rosen, Robert J. Rosenthal, Jim VandeHei, Tom Rosenstiel, Eric Alterman, Stephen B. Shepard, Paul Steiger.