Inbox Journalism  | American Journalism Review

The e-mail interview has become an increasingly popular technique. It eliminates endless rounds of phone tag, and it gives sources a chance to provide well-thought-out answers rather than top-of-the-head responses. But critics warn that it’s hardly a substitute for real-time conversation and may be a recipe for sterile journalism.

via Inbox Journalism  | American Journalism Review.


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