On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 5:23 PM, Adam Bowie <a...@adambowie.co.uk> wrote:

>
> Don't journalists protect their sources no matter what? Even if it means
> being sent to prison? I'm pretty sure that David Fahrenthold at the
> Washington Post said he knew his source for the Access Hollywood tape, but
> wasn't revealing it.
>
> But yes - an anonymous DVD or video file would be the way to go.
>
>
>> So in this case the news organization cannot know the source unless
>> NBC/MGM/Burnett agree to release the footage which they won't.
>>
>
>  I suspect that MGM/Burnett have the servers or tape library where the
> footage is stored on lockdown.
>

All I know is what I read on the internet. Still, it would be amusing to
see NBC, which has its own news division, suing a reporter and demanding to
see their sources under threat of prison.

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