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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(New York: Maria Hinojosa) The story of former "New York Times" reporter Jayson Blair, who plagiarized stories but is has now become a media star with the publication of his memoirs "Burning Down My Masters' House," examined; scenes shown of Blair being interviewed on television. [BLAIR - says there are no excuses for bad decisions; explains how he made up stories.] ["Washington Post" medica critic Howard KURTZ- comments on Blair & the question of why he did what he did.] Statement from the "New York Times" quoted.
- Brown, Aaron;
- Hinojosa, Maria
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