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Tue February 10, 2004
Ken Auletta, Part 1
By Joe Donahue
Albany, NY – Ken Auletta is best known for his books and articles about journalism and the information age. He has written the "Annals of Communication" column and profiles for The New Yorker since 1992. He is also the author of nine books, including a new book entitled "Backstory: Inside the Business of News." In this first part, Joe Donahue talks with Auletta about where the biases lie.