A PAIR OF DENVER broadcast journalists posed provocatively for the cover of Denver Magazine. Is there anything wrong with that?
"My credibility is not based on what I look like," one of the women explained to the Denver Post. "My credibility is based on work I've done over the last 10 years."
Do you agree? Does the image sacrifice the journalists' credibility?
Should journalists stay in the background or can they have their own lives, and be proud of their appearance?
10 months ago