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The Monitor angle and the spirit of the news

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In response to a site visitor's question about how the Monitor fits into Mary Baker Eddy's discovery of Christian Science, Marshall Ingwerson, editor of The Christian Science Monitor, says one way lies in how the Monitor supports the Christian demand to love one's neighbor as oneself. In this dynamic chat he responds to questions about how accuracy is affected by the speed with which news is disseminated today, what influence being web-based has on decisionmaking, how to cover tragic situations, including war and conflict zones, and ways to keep reporters safe from danger.

Marshall notes that the Monitor's efforts to stay abreast of the times have led to more and more people being exposed to its coverage and its ideals. Through the web, the Monitor is reaching a global audience in which ten million people a month read at least one Monitor article.

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