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    Impact of Social Media on Journalism

    Bill Grueskin, academic dean of Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, talked about the use of social media in reporting. Reporters have gone from virtual anonymity to…

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    Book Discussion on Covering America: A Narrative History of a Nation's Journalism

    Christopher Daly recounts 300 years of reportage in the United States. Professor Daly examines the current arguments that journalism is in danger and points to the numerous obstacles…

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    2011 J. Anthony Lukas Prize Project Awards

    The J. Anthony Lukas Prize Project Awards were given at Columbia University in New York City. Eliza Griswold received the Lukas Book Award for The Tenth Parallel. Isabel Wilkerson…

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    Wikileaks Publication of Classified Documents

    Editors of The New York Times and The Guardian spoke about the release of classified diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks. They said that they would stand behind the publisher,…

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    Big Media

    Two authors discussed their books on the history of communications industries. Richard John, the author of Network Nation: Inventing American Telecommunications (2010), focused on the…

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    Book Discussion on Reporting Iraq

    A roundtable discussion was held about the war in Iraq and what it was like for journalists to cover it. Topics included how the situation and atmosphere changed over…

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    J. Anthony Lukas Prize Project

    Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and Harvard University’s Nieman Foundation for Journalism presented the 2004 J. Anthony Lukas Prize Awards. This year,…

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    Unacknowledged Legislators: Lukas Prize Panel

    The annual J. Anthony Lukas Book Prizes for narrative nonfiction were presented. The winners then participated in a panel discussion on the effects that writers and their works can…

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    Anthrax: Trial by Media?

    Panelists discussed the media’s role in reporting the Anthrax investigation during a segment of Columbia University’s First Amendment breakfast series. The discussed was…

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    Book Discussion on Reaping the Whirlwind: The Taliban in Afghanistan

    Mr. Griffin talked about his book Reaping the Whirlwind: The Taliban Movement in Afghanistan, published by Pluto Press, with a class of international graduate students. He…

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    The State of the First Amendment

    Mr. Westin talked about journalism, the First Amendment, and the challenges faced by news reporters in the wake of terrorist attacks on the U.S. and international efforts to combat…

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    J. Anthony Lukas Awards

    The annual J. Anthony Lukas Book Prizes for narrative nonfiction were presented. The winners then participated in a panel discussion on journalism and morality. Participants were…

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    J. Anthony Lukas Prize

    Winners of the 2000 Lukas Prize discussed the craft of writing narrative non-fiction and how they approached the research for their books. The prize is named for Pulitzer Prize-winning…

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    Conversation with Diane Sawyer

    Mr. Abrams interviewed Diane Sawyer about her career. They discussed issues of journalism related to current events. She answered questions from the audience.

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    Wages and the Labor Movement

    Panelists discussed wage stagnation around the world. They examined how globalization and national economic policies negatively impact wages and whether these impacts are economic…

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    When Is Gossip Journalism?

    Journalists talked about the line between gossip and journalism and whether or not mainstream media are blurring the line more and more each day. The panelists also talked about the…

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    News in the Digital Age

    Mr. Greenfield moderated this panel discussion on journalism and media business considerations. They discussed the impact of the “bottom line” on journalistic…

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    News Content in the Digital Age

    Mr. Williams moderated this discussion among leading news executives on how technology has changed the way media cover the news and what changes that technology will bring in the…

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    Politicians, Journalists and the Public

    Mr. Phillips spoke to journalism graduate students on the public’s view of politicians, lawyers and journalists and how these groups might regain public trust. He believes…

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    Will More Open Markets Help the World's Poor?

    Professor Amsden moderated a discussion among scholars and journalists discussed the impact of the evolution from command economies to more market oriented economies on the world’s…

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