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Sunday, May 28, 2006

Sir, You Have a Right to Boast About Your Enron Coverage

James T.Campbell, the Houston Chronicle's "Readers' Representative and a member of the Editorial Board," boasted in a May 27, 2006 column: 
 
"Regarding our [Enron] trial coverage, to describe it as "comprehensive" would be understatement. To be precise, from jury selection to trial's end, we published nearly 200 staff-written Lay-Skilling stories in Section A or the Business section. This does not include columns by Loren Steffy and Rick Casey, editorials, op-eds, letters and wire stories about the trial."
 
Sir, you have a right to boast. The Chronicle's staff writers and bloggers did a damn good job. I regularly read their work. For more of Campbell's boast, see "Call me a 'homer,' but our Enron coverage excelled."

 

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