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Gov't Press Office Chief Bids Farewell With Blunt Interview
Danny Seaman is stepping down from his position as head of Israel's Government Press Office. In a frank, wide-ranging interview with the Jerusalem Post, Seaman discussed the ups and downs of working between the press corps and the government.
He touches on issues like:
- Israeli media bias spilling over to the Western press
- Keeping Sderot's suffering on the MSM's agenda
- Parachute journalists who didn't understand the Gaza war
- Mohammed al-Dura, Al-Jazeera's birthday party for released terrorist Samir Kuntar, and more.
I'll miss Seaman; best of luck to his replacement, Oren Helman.
Read the whole interview.
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