- Jamahl Peavey
- Belmont, MA
- United States
The Science Reporter: Who is ultimately responsible for reporting significant findings to the public?
Are science reporters like other reporters? Reporters are suppose to be objective and independently investigate stories that are of public interest. They are generally proactive and go after the story rather than having the story come to them. They are also knowledgable enough to present the dynamics and content of a story to the public. Who is ultimately responsible for reporting significant scientific findings to the public when science reporters are unable to act as other reporters?