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Covering shootings | How to be a journalist
Whether one person or 26 people are killed, journalists have to cover the story of shootings. They have to do it accurately, fast, and with sensitivity. Libby Casey talks with five Washington Post journalists, including photographers and a videographer, about how they tell a story that seems to happen again and again.
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