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Current's The Pub With Adam Ragusea

Glenn Greenwald wants NPR journalists ”to speak like a normal human being”

Glenn Greenwald, who is most famous for helping to break the Edward Snowden leaks, is a longtime critic of public media journalism, which he sees as chronically mealy-mouthed in the face of nefarious or duplicitous powers. This week on The Pub, Greenwald and host Adam Ragusea discuss that long-maintained criticism, his 2010 confrontation with NPR counterterrorism correspondent Dina Temple-Raston, how journalists use the word “torture,” and more.

Also this week: It turns out you have to credit Skype when you use it in a broadcast; NPR decides it won’t cross-promote its podcasts on-air; a young producer makes a rookie mistake and decides to make a podcast about the experience; and did the NewsHour unwittingly interview a white supremacist?

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