Ebola Scare Creates Opportunity for Exemplary Journalism

When the first case of infection with the Ebola virus appeared in the United States, it was in the Dallas area. It fell to the Dallas Morning News not only to uncover and report the news, but to do it in such a thorough and responsible way as to manage public fears borne of misapprehensions regarding the disease and its transmission.  DMN Assistant Editor Bruce Tomaso talks with Headliners Foundation Chairman Mark Morrison about the paper’s excellent effort in managing this story.