Fox News Channel White House correspondent Ed Henry is interviewed by Fast Company. Henry, who is very active on social media (particularly Twitter), talks about the benefits and trade offs that accompany being so public:
There are plenty of days when you have people clobbering you because they read into something you said and they think it means you “like” the President or they think you’re too negative toward the President. But I think it opens us up in a more transparent way. As journalists, we’ve been pushing for more transparency in government and at all levels of the people we cover, and I think the public is now demanding similar transparency from us in terms of how we do our reporting.
You can read the full interview here.
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