HEADS UP: More Fervent Defense of the Phone Interview

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Our recent post refuting the reported death of the telephone interview got plenty of reaction after it was recapped in the journalism’s industry must-read: jimromenesko.com.

Several people left comments on the Romenesko site, including a former colleague, Linda K. Wertheimer. More than a dozen also chimed in through Facebook. Among them was Hannah Miet of The New York Times, who closed her comment with, “Person first, phone second; I’m a 25-year-old dinosaur.”

Thanks to those who agreed to be interviewed and everyone who has been sharing the post.

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