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  • 25th Anniversary of emUSA Todayem
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    25th Anniversary of USA Today

    A panel of veteran journalists discussed the topic, “Reinventing the News Business: 1982 and Today.” USA Today was launched as the first national newspaper on September 15, 1982. Mr.…

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  • Mitt Romney Remarks to American Society of News Editors
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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, saying they made the economic…

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  • Womens Participation at the Supreme Court
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    Women's Participation at the Supreme Court

    Panelists talked about the history of women lawyers, the challenges women face in the legal profession, and the role women lawyers have played in oral arguments before the Supreme Court. The panel, which included…

    779 views
  • The Apollo Legacy
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    The Apollo Legacy

    To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing and first moon walk, the Newseum hosted a panel discussion on the legacy and future of space exploration. Following their…

    504 views
  • Newspapers Cable and the Future of News
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    Newspapers, Cable, and the Future of News

    Ken Paulson talked about journalism and the future of news. Students from the University of Denver, George Mason University, and University of the District of Columbia participated by…

    125 views
  • The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
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    The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

    Lincoln scholar James L. Swanson presented a dramatic retelling of the events of April 14, 1865, when assassin John Wilkes Booth shot President Abraham Lincoln while the president was watching a performance of Our American Cousin…

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  • emUSATodayem
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    USAToday

    Washington Journal was live from the newsroom of USA Today in McLean, Virginia, in recognition of it 25th anniversary. USA Today was launched as the first national newspaper on September…

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  • Previewing 2006 Elections
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    Previewing 2006 Elections

    Panelists previewed the upcoming 2006 elections. They discussed the significance of the upcoming elections and how these midterm election might change the political landscape and affect the…

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  • US Demographic Changes
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    U.S. Demographic Changes

    USA Today personnel talked about demographic changes in the U.S. Topics included census data analyzing, editorial implications, investigative reporting, increasing diversity in the U.S.,…

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  • Impact of Media Reports on Iraq
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    Impact of Media Reports on Iraq

    A panel moderated by Mr. Milewski talked about coverage of events in Iraq and the impact on the homefront of news stories about warfare in Iraq. They also responded to questions form the…

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  • Media Coverage of Abramoff Lobbying Scandal
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    Media Coverage of Abramoff Lobbying Scandal

    Journalists talked about media coverage of the scandal in Congress over the lobbying activites of Jack Abramoff. They discussed how they reported the news. After their remarks the panelists…

    112 views
  • The Future of Newspapers in America
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    The Future of Newspapers in America

    Students from the University of Denver (CO), George Mason University (Fairfax, VA), and Pace University (New York City) participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class. Mr.…

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  • Tsunami Recovery After One Year
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    Tsunami Recovery After One Year

    Journalists discussed the state of recovery one year after the disastrous tsunami. Other topics included covering the tsunami story, victim counts, and trying to communicate the scope of…

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  • The First Amendment Religion in American Life
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    The First Amendment: Religion in American Life

    Panelists talked about the First Amendment and the role of religion in American life. Among the specific issues addressed were challenges to the words “under God” in the Pledge of…

    312 views
  • QA with Ken Paulson
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    Q&A with Ken Paulson

    Ken Paulson was interviewed about the future of the newspaper industry. He became editor of USA Today in April 2004. He replaced Karen Jurgensen, who resigned following a scandal over sources…

    294 views
  • News Review
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    News Review

    Mr. Robinson spoke about the media coverage of the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, who disappeared on May 30, 2005 during a post-graduation trip to Aruba. He said that the coverage has been excessive. Mr.…

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  • Open Phones
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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on news of the day. Telephone callers discussed topics including the Iraqi constitution and the role that newspapers should play. Clips of Ken Paulson’s…

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  • Public Opinion and the First Amendment
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    Public Opinion and the First Amendment

    The Newseum hosted a forum at the National Press Club on the topic of the state of the First Amendment in 2001. Following a presentation of data collected by Professor Yalof’s New England…

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  • Anonymous Sourcing and Government Secrecy
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    Anonymous Sourcing and Government Secrecy

    Journalists talked about the state of news reporting and professional standards in journalism. They focused on granting anonymity to sources, media leaks by politicians and others, the…

    155 views
  • State of the News Media
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    State of the News Media

    Mr. Paulson spoke about the relationship between politics and journalism. He discussed the evolution of public perception of the news media. He noted that while many people consider the…

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