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    Year in the Life of the Supreme Court

    The panelists are journalists who cover the U.S. Supreme Court wrote a book about the cases from the 1995 term entitled A Year in the Life of the Supreme Court. They talked about the book…

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    Covering Vietnam and the Gulf War

    Mr. Apple compared his experiences as a war correspondent in the Vietnan War and the Gulf War. He focused on the relationship between the military spokespersons and the media.

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    Telecommunications Policy Summit

    The participants discussed federal, state and local governments' telecommunications policy and ways in which the different levels of government can cooperate on such policies. They…

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    1992 Media Campaigns

    In a forum entitled “What You’ll View in `92: Media Campaigns,” the panelists discussed the concept of political campaigns managed by consultants who shape the…

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    Should Caller ID be Outlawed?

    The Annenberg Washington Program of Northwestern University, which studies the relationship between communications and public policies, sponsored a forum on caller ID, a new feature offered…

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    Structuring Presidential Debates

    The conference is titled “What Can be Done to Improve the Presidential Debates the Next Time Around?”

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    Sponsorship & Control of Presidential Debates

    The conference titled “What Can be Done to Improve the Presidential Debates Next Time Around?” asks questions such as who or what should sponsor & control the debates in order…

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    From Whistle Stop to Sound Bite

    Complete title is “From Whistle Stop to Sound Bite: A Colloquium on Four Decades of Politics & Television.”

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    Should Presidential Debates be Mandatory?

    This is an Oxford-style debate between students from Oxford University and Northwestern University. Outside experts in the subject area also take part. The result is a lively…

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    U.S. HDTV Policy Crossroads: Panel 2

    Broadcast officials discussed the pros and cons of high definition television (HDTV) and the feasibility of its installation.

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    HDTV in Europe and Japan

    This program is part of “At the Crossroads of U.S. HDTV Policy” conference.

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    Industry Perspectives on HDTV

    As part of a conference titled, “At the Crossroads of U.S. HDTV Policy,” industry representatives talked about the development of high definition television…

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    U.S. HDTV Policy Crossroads: Panel 1

    As part of a conference titled, “At the Crossroads of U.S. HDTV Policy,” industry representatives talked about the development of high definition television…

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    Libel Reform: Panel 2

    In this program titled "Is This the Proper Way to Go About Libel Reform?", lawyers try to decide whether our libel laws go too far, and the best possible way to reform those laws.

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    Libel Law Reform

    This program is part of “The Libel Dilemma” conference. Judge Leval discusses the libel suit between General William Westmoreland and CBS, over which he presided, and other…

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    The View from the Plaintiff's Side

    This program is part of “The Libel Dilemma” conference.

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