First and foremost, I'm a journalist. My business is the truth. Now, I happen to be other things, too - a pop-culture phenomenon, the most in-demand speaker on the campus lecture circuit, whatever.— Milo Yiannopoulos
Viral Journalistic quotations
The official independence celebration was going to be held over four or five days, and a group of journalists from all over the world was allowed to fly in, because Angola was closed otherwise.
Withholding information that would get innocent people killed was the right thing to do, not a journalistic sin.
You can crush a man with journalism.
Journalism is the only profession explicitly protected by the U.
S. Constitution, because journalists are supposed to be the check and balance on government. We're supposed to be holding those in power accountable. We're not supposed to be their megaphone. That's what the corporate media have become.
The power to mould the future of the Republic will be in the hands of the journalists of future generations.
Journalists are accused of being lapdogs when they don't ask the hard questions, but then accused of being rude when they do. Good thing we have tough hides.
Going to where the silence is. That is the responsibility of a journalist: giving a voice to those who have been forgotten, forsaken, and beaten down by the powerful.
The life of a journalist is poor, nasty, brutish, and short. So is his style
My father was a motorsports journalist and a motorbike fan. He gave me my motocross bike.
Seriously. I'm not playing to prove anything to journalists. I'm playing for myself, for my fans,to make people happy.
It is inexcusable for scientists to torture animals;
let them make their experiments on journalists and politicians.
I was in California when this journalist made a blanket statement about the fact that she did not think that black men and women had the kind of love relationship that Rebecca and Nathan had in Sounder.
Journalists were never intended to be the cheerleaders of a society, the conductors of applause, the sycophants. Tragically, that is their assigned role in authoritarian societies, but not here - not yet.
Freedom of the press is not questioned when investigative journalism unearths scandals, But that does not mean that every classified state document should be made available to journalists.
Journalist: a person without any ideas but with an ability to express them;
a writer whose skill is improved by a deadline: the more time he has, the worse he writes.
If I do an interview with [Holocaust survivor] Elie Wiesel, am I required as a journalist to find a Holocaust denier?
Incoherence is a common hazard for journalists who dabble in ethical judgments.
Novel writing should never be confused with journalism.
Unfortunately, in the case of Primary Colors, a fair number of journalists confused.
In the US, the 50s and 60s marked the documentary's golden age, especially at CBS, where pioneering televison journalist Edward R Murrow, immortalised in George Clooney's Good Night, and Good Luck, produced such landmark investigations as the CBS Reports programme Hunger in America.
[On journalists:] We are a noisy, imperfect lot, struggling to scribble what has been called the first draft of history.
More than illness or death, the American journalist fears standing alone against the whim of his owners or the prejudices of his audience. Deprive William Safire of the insignia of the New York Times, and he would have a hard time selling his truths to a weekly broadsheet in suburban Duluth.
Assange is not a 'journalist' any more than the 'editor' of al-Qaeda's new English-language magazine 'Inspire' is a 'journalist.' He is an anti-American operative with blood on his hands.
I was never a true journalist, I was a movie critic.
People unacquainted with graphic novels, including journalists, tend to think of Watchmen as a book by Alan Moore that happens to have some illustrations. And that does a disservice to the entire form.
The ability to keep things in perspective is very important for a journalist.
In a tense situation you need the ability to be there, yet somehow step aside; to keep a cool head and keep working without getting frustrated.
My God, what a clumsy olla putrida James Joyce is! Nothing but old fags and cabbage stumps of quotations from the Bible and the rest, stewed in the juice of deliberate, journalistic dirty-mindedness—what old and hard-worked staleness, masquerading as the all-new!
A good businessman must have nose for business the same way a journalist has nose for news. In places where people see a lot of obstacles, I see a lot of opportunities. A good businessman sees where others don’t see.
You don’t have journalists over there anymore, what they have is public relations people. That’s what they have over in America now. Two-hundred and fifty thousand people in public relations. And a dwindling number of actual reporters and journalists.
Journalists have no choice but to fight back because if they don't, they will become irrelevant.
U.S. journalists I don't think are very courageous. They tend to go along with the government's policy domestically and internationally. To question is seen as being unpatriotic, or potentially subversive.
Journalism can never be silent: that is its greatest virtue and its greatest fault.
Journalists are like dogs, when ever anything moves they begin to bark.
You've really got to wear a chastity belt in Washington to preserve your journalistic virginity. Once the secretary of state invites you to lunch and asks your opinion, you're sunk.
I became a journalist to come as close as possible to the heart of the world.