Eugene Cho

brit hume on tiger woods: what’s the big deal?

Maybe you’ve seen it or not but if you haven’t, I invite you to watch the video (below) and contribute to our dialogue. My simple question:

What’s the big deal? Did you or do you have any problems with what he shared? Did he violate the tenets of “good journalism?”

For those that don’t knowBrit Hume is a TV commentator and journalist. He now mostly works at FOX News as a senior political analyst. Truth be told, he’s one of the few I can listen to on FOX News when I’m watching it mainly because he’s not screaming. MSNBC isn’t much better. But I digress…

But here’s the context and the situation (from wikipedia):

On January 3, 2010, as a guest on Fox News Sunday Hume offered advice to Tiger Woods that he might turn his faith to Christianity. Hume’s comments came in the wake Read the rest of this entry »

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tiger wood: the rise, fall, and…

It began with an accidental car accident (my words). Seemed innocent enough. And eventually, it became ridunkulously stupid all the media coverage an accidental car accident was receiving. Time to move on.

And then the drama began to unfold.

And while I haven’t been following the story, it’s hard NOT to hear something about the story. I don’t know if you’ve been tracking it. I’ve avoided blogging about it until tonight when I read about his decision to indefinitely take a break from professional golf.

Just wanted to share some quick reflections and ask you a simple question for your feedback: Read the rest of this entry »

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