James N. Klapthor

Educating Food Reporters
The professional life of a journalist is one that at some juncture, if not during the entire career, involves a great portion of covering topics on which the person knows essentially very little or maybe nothing. The writer or broadcaster may have had experience covering government and politics, crime and the courts, visual and performance arts, education, science, health, and other areas of special interest. But in all likelihood the person is an expert only in one area,…

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