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    Digitizing Books

    Moderated by Marvin Kalb, the panelists debated all sides of the topic, “Whose Work Is It, Anyway? The Google Print Project and the Future of the Written Word.” They talked…

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    Confidential Sources

    A panel of correspondents talked about the state of journalism and the use of confidential sources by reporters. Former New York Times correspondent Judy Miller, who recently spent 85…

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    2004 Pulitzer Prize Winners

    Writers, photographers and cartoonists who were awarded a 2004 Pulitzer Prize talked about the techniques and career investment that helped them win that honor. They also talked about…

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    A Fresh Approach to Covering Capitol Hill

    Several journalists talked about how they to cover events in the 104th Congress now that the Republicans are in the majority. They focused on where to go and who to talk to for…

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    Campaign Finance Reports

    Participants discussed campaign finance in the recently completed campaign and the chances for congressional legislation to reform election financing.

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    Campaign Finance Reports

    Participants discussed election data from the previous national elections and spoke about federal election reforms possible during this session of Congress.

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    Covering the Gay and Lesbian Community

    This forum, featuring representatives of various gay and lesbian groups, focused on how the media covers gay and lesbian issues and how media coverage of the gay and lesbian community can…

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    GATT Talks

    The National Press Club Professional Affairs Committee discussed why the General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs talks fell apart the previous week in Brussels.

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