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This year alone has seen more than 600 mass shootings in the United States. Many reporters now have a deep working knowledge of how to cover them, and some have tried to grow and develop their craft along with the experience, @ThePlumLineGS writes: wapo.st/3U0C3aU
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After I came back from Paris (Charlie Hebdo, Bataclan attacks) I worked the National desk in the US. Running coverage of the mass shootings here was not just horrifying but also frustrating & tedious: same tragic story over and over. One reason I left daily journalism.
A terrible sign of the times: Many reporters have covered *numerous* mass shootings in their careers. They've become a bit like war correspondents. I talked to a number of them about what it's like to cover these horrific shootings. Truly harrowing stuff: washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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Powerful response to my piece on journalists who cover mass shootings from a reporter who's experienced this horror firsthand. It's striking how many reporters have responded this way. Just so wrenching. Here's a link to the piece, if you missed it: tinyurl.com/ycy8d2ak
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Thanks for writing this. I have dreams about covering the Pulse nightclub shooting in 2016, and I can't shake them.
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This is so bleak but accurate. It’s weird having solidarity with colleagues who are just as reluctant to go places like Walmart or grocery shopping as you are.
A terrible sign of the times: Many reporters have covered *numerous* mass shootings in their careers. They've become a bit like war correspondents. I talked to a number of them about what it's like to cover these horrific shootings. Truly harrowing stuff: washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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I’ll never forget the day a colleague told me they’d been sent to Uvalde first at their new outlet because they were the “experienced” reporter, bc of their work covering the Walmart shooting. I say this in general terms bc I know THREE El Paso reporters who had this distinction.
A terrible sign of the times: Many reporters have covered *numerous* mass shootings in their careers. They've become a bit like war correspondents. I talked to a number of them about what it's like to cover these horrific shootings. Truly harrowing stuff: washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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A terrible sign of the times: Many reporters have covered *numerous* mass shootings in their careers. They've become a bit like war correspondents. I talked to a number of them about what it's like to cover these horrific shootings. Truly harrowing stuff: washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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A terrible sign of the times: Many reporters have covered *numerous* mass shootings in their careers. They've become a bit like war correspondents. I talked to a number of them about what it's like to cover these horrific shootings. Truly harrowing stuff: washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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A terrible sign of the times: Many reporters have covered *numerous* mass shootings in their careers. They've become a bit like war correspondents. I talked to a number of them about what it's like to cover these horrific shootings. Truly harrowing stuff: washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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So profoundly sad.
A terrible sign of the times: Many reporters have covered *numerous* mass shootings in their careers. They've become a bit like war correspondents. I talked to a number of them about what it's like to cover these horrific shootings. Truly harrowing stuff: washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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I got a lot of messages Tue. night while I was on scene. Messages that said I was editorializing, that I worked for a terrorist organization, that I was twisting facts and should have my degree revoked. It is my job to report the facts as given. Don’t like it? Stop reading.
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As I told @ThePlumLineGS Wednesday morning, this wasn’t the first or second mass shooting I’ve covered. You get there and go into autopilot. You put your feelings and emotions in a box. My focus? What I know, what I see and what I can do to help.
Opinion by Greg Sargent: A new type of reporter emerges: The “mass shooting correspondent” wapo.st/3guM9mN
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A terrible sign of the times: Many reporters have covered *numerous* mass shootings in their careers. They've become a bit like war correspondents. I talked to a number of them about what it's like to cover these horrific shootings. Truly harrowing stuff: washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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El corresponsal de "tiroteos masivos" contado en @washingtonpost:
A terrible sign of the times: Many reporters have covered *numerous* mass shootings in their careers. They've become a bit like war correspondents. I talked to a number of them about what it's like to cover these horrific shootings. Truly harrowing stuff: washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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“A new type of reporter emerges: The ‘mass shooting correspondent’.” We can’t be numb to the mass shootings enabled by our shamefully lax gun laws. @ThePlumLineGS powerfully shows how violence has become routine by describing a new journalistic specialty. washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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That such an essay is even possible to write (rendered affectingly here by @ThePlumLineGS) is symptomatic of a national pathology.
A terrible sign of the times: Many reporters have covered *numerous* mass shootings in their careers. They've become a bit like war correspondents. I talked to a number of them about what it's like to cover these horrific shootings. Truly harrowing stuff: washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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One editor told me that after Uvalde, he unfortunately knew his team would be ready. "Sadly, we had people...who had covered plenty of school shootings. Even though it was a crazy amount of kids dying, we know how to do that. It’s a grim, sad reality.” washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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When it comes to covering these mini war-zones, many of these reporters are starting to sound like seasoned veterans. Here's a particularly dispiriting example of this: washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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One reporter described covering the 2007 mass shooting at Virginia Tech and then the 2012 killings in Aurora. She evolved: In the latter case, she knew right away she was interviewing distraught people who very likely wouldn't find their loved ones alive. washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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These reporters have to navigate scenes of violence and chaos, interview victims suffering from deep terror and trauma, and effectively document what they’ve witnessed in all its agony and horror. You might call them "mass shooting correspondents." washingtonpost.com/opinions/…
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