Dave Pollard points to a new reporting technique where the reporter's questions have been edited out leaving only the interviewee's answers in tact:I listened to a fascinating interview on the...

Dave Pollard points to a new reporting technique where the reporter's questions have been edited out leaving only the interviewee's answers in tact:

I listened to a fascinating interview on the radio the other day. What made it fascinating was that the interviewer's voice, and questions, had been entirely edited out. What you heard was a very eloquent explanation of a difficult topic, in which the questions were tacit, unheard. Compared to most radio articles, op-eds and even interviews, this spot was tight, engaging and informative. I dubbed it (in the spirit of the term Un-Conference) an Un-Interview.

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