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    Mitt Romney Remarks to American Society of News Editors

    Mitt Romney was a keynote speaker at the annual convention of the American Society of News Editors (ASNE). In his remarks he talked extensively about President Obama’s policies,…

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    Economic Policy and Federal Budget

    President Obama spoke about the fiscal year 2013 federal budget in a keynote address at the annual Associated Press luncheon at the American Society of News Editors conference. In his…

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    Bay of Pigs Invasion

    President Kennedy spoke to the Society of Newspaper Editors about events in Cuba, which later became known as the Bay of Pigs Invasion. He emphasized that Cuban “patriots”…

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    Digital Age and Investigative Journalism

    Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, the two Washington Post reporters who broke the Watergate story, were among the featured speakers in a panel discussion on investigative journalism and the…

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    War and Conflict Reporting

    Correspondents talked about their experiences covering foreign wars and conflicts. They discussed returning to their normal life following a trip, perception of dangers, advice for new…

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    Christine LaGarde on the International Monetary Fund Agenda

    Christine LaGarde spoke about the International Monetary Fund agenda. In her speech she said the U.S. can move more slowly than its European counterparts toward deficit reduction but…

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    Facebook and Social Networking

    Facbook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg was interviewed by Washington Post Managing Editor Raju Narisetti. Topics included the evolution of her company’s social network,…

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    Timothy Geithner on the U.S. Economy

    Timothy Geithner was interviewed by Steven Pearlstein as part of the American Society of Newspaper Editors 2010 ideas summit. He answered questions on the economy, financial regulation…

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    Twitter, Journalism, and Surveillance

    Dick Costolo talked about Twitter, including ways the media can best use the technology as well as future enhancements. When asked about his company’s refusal to take part in the…

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    World Affairs and the Next U.S. President

    Mr. Nixon’s speech is titled “Observations on the World and the Next President of the United States.”

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    Corporate Raiders and Takeover Mania

    The speakers talked about corporate takeovers. Topics included leadership, shareholder information, stocks, and capital structure. After their presentations, the speakers…

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    Obama Campaign Speech

    Presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama spoke at an Associated Press Luncheon about a number of topics including American political culture, the role of the media in politics, economic…

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    Who's a Journalist? Talk Show Sensationalism

    In this often boisterous session, journalists and talk show hosts debate the definition of “journalist” and the merits of alternative television news formats.

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    Remarks by Tom Wolfe

    In an often humorous address, Wolfe shares his observations on journalism and public affairs today. He is author of a recent best seller, Bonfire of the Vanities.

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    Are Newspapers on the Right Track?

    Panelists discussed the evolution of newspapers and attempted to answer the question: Are newspapers on the right track?

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    Issues of the Sixties

    The participants reflected on the issues of the 1960s and their effect
    on politics and society today.

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    Journalism and New Media

    Journalists and media industry executives talked about the news industry and the use of new media resources in the field of journalism. Among the topics they addressed were means to…

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    Doonesbury Meets The Simpsons

    The American Society of Newspaper Editors held a forum during their annual meeting to discuss the power of cartoons in American society. Mr. Trudeau, creator of the newspaper…

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    Coarsening of American Culture

    Journalists talked about whether U.S. society is moving away from values such as a strong work ethic, self-discipline, altruism and belief in a common good. They also discussed…

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    Testing the Limits of the First Amendment

    The American Society of Newspaper Editors held a forum during their annual meeting focusing on the First Amendment in American culture. Mr. Barrie, director of the Cincinnati…

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