„"I'm a little concerned about this notion everybody wants us to be objective," Jennings said.
Jennings said that everyone — even journalists — have points of view through which they filter their perception of the news. It could be race, sex or income. But, he said, reporters are ideally trained to be as objective as possible.
"And when we don't think we can be fully objective, to be fair."“

—  Peter Jennings, Interview for KETV NewsWatch 7 as quoted in article at The Omaha Channel (19 October 2004)
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