“Can I Quote You on That?”
Examining the Relationship Between Reporters and Sources
At 5:03 p.m., while putting the finishing edits on my story, I got a frantic text from a man I’d interviewed that morning.
Arno Herzberg walked a thin line. As manager of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency’s Berlin bureau during the pre-war years, Herzberg constantly struggled with both the restraints of Nazi censorship and his desire to publish material that would maintain the morale…