The privilege belongs to the "person who is or has been directly engaged in the gathering, procuring, compiling, editing, or publishing of information for the purpose of transmission, dissemination or publication to the public," in the words of the statute. One district court has held that the "statutory privilege is that of the media, not of the sources." Order and Memorandum at 9, Jamieson v. Doe, No. MC 88-18860, Hennepin Cty., Minn., Dist. Ct., dated February 1, 1989.