Quotations by Tina Brown
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Born: Saturday, November 21, 1953
Admitting weakness seems to be such a severe psychic threat for Bush that when he makes a mistake it's safer just to reinforce it. The strategy creates a perverse system of rewards and punishments.
(Keywords: Mistake, Strategy, Weakness)
I just simply write as it moves me. I may be writing about a book or a movie or a person, places where I've been or something I've done. Or politics. It's going to what's on my mind at the moment.
(Keywords: Politics, May, Mind, Writing)
I just wanted to have fun for myself - I felt I had a lot to say, and I realized that I missed having a magazine as a place to express my ideas. The Times column is a place for me to unload those perceptions.
(Keywords: Ideas, Fun, Perceptions)
I love to run smart essays and commentary. But it doesn't replace the other kind of reporting.
I think for a young journalist, it's better to write for the Web at the moment than it is for print.
I'm trying to be entertaining without being mean.
(Keywords: Being, Trying)
In the end, Dan Rather's legend skewered him, CBS and the craft of journalism.
(Keywords: End, Journalism)
In TV, you always feel you are standing on the tracks of an oncoming train.
Nothing is better for a young journalist than to go and write about something that other people don't know about. If you can afford to send yourself to some foreign part, I still think that's by far the best way to break in.
(Keywords: People, Nothing)
The cloud that descended on Black Rock on Monday was not for the past but the future. How much will this debacle chill the pursuit of other risky investigations?
(Keywords: Future, Past, Pursuit, Will)
To win respect, the networks seem to feel they have to keep absurdly overstating their anchors' reporting cred.
TV journalism is a much more collaborative, horizontal business than print reporting. It has to be, because of the logistics. Anchors are wholly dependent on producers to do all the hustling.
(Keywords: Business, Journalism)