New Media and Ethics in Journalism
Former Internet directors for the Obama presidential campaign and the Bush administration talked about the use of the Internet and new… read more
Former Internet directors for the Obama presidential campaign and the Bush administration talked about the use of the Internet and new media technologies by political campaigns and news organizations. Topics included the use of the Internet and Twitter in current events such as the earthquake in Haiti and the Massachusetts race for former Senator Ted Kennedy’s seat. Afterward, they responded to questions from audience members. Bryce Cullinane moderated.
Former CBS and NBC News anchor and correspondent Marvin Kalb talked about journalism ethics. Among the topics he addresses was allowing C-SPAN cameras into conference committees. Following his remarks he responded to audience members' questions. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- David Almacy Senior Vice President Edelman->Digital
- Bryce Cullinane Founder and Director PoliticsUnder30.org
- Julie Barko Germany Director (Former) George Washington University->Institute for Politics, Democracy, and the Internet
- Ed Henry Senior Correspondent CNN->White House
- Marvin Kalb Presidential Fellow (Former) George Washington University
- Tobin Van Ostern Network Associate Center for American Progress->Campus Progress
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