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Subject: Re: UKNM: Dot Com Fever
From: Rory Teeling
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2000 17:45:33 +0100

Do you think Ian that there is some relationship
between the slaughtering they are taking in ratings
and the reduction in resources?
Good on the british public that at least in this case
they are voting with their feet - the message: give us
unmitigated crap when you are supposed to be reporting
on 'facutal' stuff and we'll react by pissing off

--- "Ian Fenn (Chopstix)" <ianatchopstix [dot] co [dot] uk> wrote:
> At 10:29 4/7/00 +0100, Sam wrote:
> >I have to take issue with this - Panorama has also
> broken some important
> >stories, through the practice of quality
> investigative journalism.
> >
> >The story could not have happened if it were not
> for over 6 months
> >undercover work, sound methods, exhaustive evidence
> gathering, and
> >serious commitment on the part of the program
> makers.
> Unfortunately they rarely spend that amount of
> resources on a programme
> nowadays :-(
> --
> Ian Fenn
> http://www.chopstix.net/

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