Quotes by journalist

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  • Bruce Feirstein
    Bruce Feirstein
    American screenwriter and humorist 1956-
    Bruce Feirstein
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    I started as a journalist for magazines in New York City, so it was always storytelling. And moving into movies was a natural transition.
  • Anthony Holden
    Anthony Holden
    English writer, broadcaster and critic
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    I went on a long trip through South America with Prince Charles where I was the only journalist there - a couple of photographers but no other writers.
  • Amy Goodman
    Amy Goodman
    American broadcast journalist, columnist and author 1957-
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    I've learned in my years as a journalist that when a politician says 'That's ridiculous' you're probably on the right track.
  • Norman Mailer
    Norman Mailer
    American writer 1923-
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    If a person is not talented enough to be a novelist, not smart enough to be a lawyer, and his hands are too shaky to perform operations, he becomes a journalist.
  • Bertie Carvel
    Bertie Carvel
    English stage and screen actor 1977-
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    It might sound glib, but in a sense, as an actor I'm a journalist and a psychologist recording life and truth.
  • Bertie Carvel
    Bertie Carvel
    English stage and screen actor 1977-
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    It's an odd experience reading interviews with yourself. Interesting, though. Of course, you know that the journalist will have edited, rephrased or even rewritten what you actually said, but you can't help feeling that there's a special kind of truth in the way someone else paints you, however subjective they might be.
  • Andrew Vachss
    Andrew Vachss
    American crime fiction author 1942-
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    Journalism is the protection between people and any sort of totalitarian rule. That's why my hero, admittedly a flawed one, is a journalist.
  • Karl Kraus
    Karl Kraus
    Austrian writer and journalist 1874-1936
    Karl Kraus
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    Journalist: a person without any ideas but with an ability to express them; a writer whose skill is improved by a deadline: the more time he has, the worse he writes.
  • Lewis H. Lapham
    Lewis H. Lapham
    American essayist and editor 1935-
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    More than illness or death, the American journalist fears standing alone against the whim of his owners or the prejudices of his audience. Deprive William Safire of the insignia of the New York Times, and he would have a hard time selling his truths to a weekly broadsheet in suburban Duluth.
  • Caitlin Moran
    Caitlin Moran
    English journalist, author, and broadcaster 1975-
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    One of the great things about being a writer/journalist is that my boss loves me to go out and do features on being someone else. I did a feature on Kate Middleton, where I went to an incredible fancy state home in the countryside, put on a wedding dress and posed for engagement pictures with a fake Prince William.
  • Anthony Holden
    Anthony Holden
    English writer, broadcaster and critic
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    That was par for the course but I also found that commissions were being canceled and in fact I considered this directly libelous - I write biographies for a living as well as being a journalist - for a non fiction book to be called fiction from beginning to end.
  • Bill Keller
    Bill Keller
    American journalist 1949-
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    The curse of a journalist is that he always has more questions than answers.
  • Brendan Gill
    Brendan Gill
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    The guns of the big events rumble through our pages, but the tiny firecrackers are constantly hissing and popping there as well; it appears that much of my life as a journalist has been devoted to sedulously setting off firecrackers.
  • Billy Bragg
    Billy Bragg
    English singer-songwriter 1957-
    Billy Bragg
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    The most important thing for anyone, I think, is to be engaged, whether you're an artist or a journalist is to be engaged in the process at some level.
  • Bernard Goldberg
    Bernard Goldberg
    American author and journalist 1945-
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    There are some programs on FOX that are not only fair and balanced, they're commentary shows. They don't have to be. But they brag about how fair and balanced they are. They don't cover rallies and tea parties. They cheer lead for rallies and tea parties. And as a journalist, I am totally against that.
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