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    The Year of Fear

    Joe Urschel talked about his book The Year of Fear: Machine Gun Kelly and the Manhunt That Changed the Nation, in which he recalls the failed kidnapping attempt of an Oklahoma oilman in 1933 by George…

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    Journalists Memorial Dedication

    The Newseum dedicated the Journalists Memorial inside its new museum that honors 1,843 journalists from around the world who died or were killed in the pursuit of news stories. Special…

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    Media Coverage of Presidential Campaigns

    A panel of journalists talked about the upcoming election year and the changes in campaign coverage. They discussed the presidential candidates and topics such as the value of celebrity endorsements,…

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    Breaking News

    Some of the contributors talked about their book, Breaking News: How the Associated Press Has Covered War, Peace, and Everything Else. Reporters for the Associated Press recalled their…

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    Professionalism of Journalists

    Newseum hosted a full-day symposium titled “Examining Opinion and Bias in the News: The Grant Howell Legacy Symposium” that explored the perceptions and realities of bias in news coverage. The first…

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    Draft of the Declaration of Independence

    Joe Urschel presented an original draft of the manuscript of the Declaration of Independence to members of the media. He discussed the importance of the draft, and the Declaration itself.…

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    World Press Freedom Day

    Participants honored journalists who died while reporting the news as they marked World Press Freedom Day. Fifty-one journalists died during the year including seven in a one-week period in…

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    Reporting in Wartime

    Journalists spoke to students about the role of wartime correspondents and the difficulties of reporting from the frontline. Following their remarks they answered questions from students in…

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    Open Phones

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    Crusaders, Scoundrels, Journalists

    Participants talked about the history of the media. They focused on how the media is viewed by politicians. They also talked about the entertainment factor in journalism, and the effect of…

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    Robert F. Kennedy Book and Journalism Awards

    Ms. Hargrove accepted the 19th annual Robert F. Kennedy Print award and Mr. Christianson accepted an award for his book With Liberty for Some. Representative Lewis accepted an award for his…

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    1968 and the American Culture

    Participants spoke on the role of the media and its coverage of the countercultural movement of the 1960s as well as the use of the media by leaders of the movement.

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    1968 Lessons and Legacy

    Panelists talked about the highlights of 1968, including the Vietnam War, the demonstrations, the culture, and the election of President Richard Nixon.

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    1968 Presidential Election and the Media

    Journalists discussed the 1968 presidential election and the media, asking whether the media were participants in the elections or merely spectators? They also talked about the late 1960s, and whether…

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    Phil Donahue Interview

    Mr. Donahue spoke about his career in television and the future of talk shows with formats similar to his. He talked about the changes he has seen in television broadcasting and how these…

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    The Newseum

    Joe Urschel, Newseum Deputy Director, Cara Sutherland, Newseum Curator, and others described the newly-opened Newseum at the Freedom Forum, an interactive museum of news content journalism.…

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    Washington Journal: Newseum

    News events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes and…

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