Talking about the church with the New York Times

As the interest in Mitt Romney’s faith continues to grow, it seems nearly every major media source now feels it has to do some kind of story on “Mormonism” as a part of its coverage of the presidential campaign.

Sometimes reporters, journalists and TV stations go directly to the source and talk to the Public Affairs department of the church. This, of course, is the best way to get reliable and accurate information.

But media often feel that to be “objective,” they also need to go to non-official sources — and to them that often means “anti-Mormon” groups.

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