Episode: Stephen Glass Pt. 2: “Hack Heaven”


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Stephen Glass Pt. 2: “Hack Heaven”

In May of 1998, rock-star journalist Stephen Glass tried to break into the burgeoning field of reporting: digital technology. He wrote an article that impressed his colleagues, his editor, and the general public. Unfortunately, not a word of it was true. 

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