When a national tragedy occurs, we often head for the nearest radio or television to get the latest news. That happened this week, when a gunman shot and killed 58 people and injured hundreds of others during a country music concert in Las Vegas.
It can be difficult to hear these stories, and it can also be difficult for the journalists that have to cover these tragic events. David Greene, host of NPR's Morning Edition, was in Syracuse this week and joined host Grant Reeher for this week's edition of the Campbell Conversations. They discuss the difficulty in covering tragic events, the importance of journalism today, and more.