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  • 30th Anniversary of 60 Minutes
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    30th Anniversary of "60 Minutes"

    A panel of its editors and correspondents discussed the history of “60 Minutes,” the CBS news magazine debuted in September 1968. Mr. Hewitt was a creator of the program. The panelists also…

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  • 1968 Presidential Election and the Media
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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…

    430 views
  • 1968 and the Vietnam War
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    1968 and the Vietnam War

    Panelists reflected on 1968 and the Vietnam war. They discussed the idea that media reporting directly affected the public opinion toward the Vietnam War.

    322 views
  • The Twentieth Century
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    The Twentieth Century

    The panelists discussed the events of the century and how America has evolved over the course of time. They discussed various issues of local and national concern, the economy, and changing…

    294 views
  • Media Breakfast
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    Media Breakfast

    Mr. Giles moderated a panel discussion concerning the Operation Tailwind report. The panelists talked about the report and how it reflects on journalism. Following their discussion,…

    155 views
  • Television Violence
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    Television Violence

    Ms. Heins and Mr. Knight talked about television violence and issus of child protection and censorship. According to a recent study, the number of programs containing violence on television…

    137 views
  • 1968 and the American Culture
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    1968 and the American Culture

    Participants discussed the media coverage of the countercultural movement of the 1960s and well as the use of the media by leaders of the movement.

    110 views
  • emReporting Vietnamem Panel 2
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    Reporting Vietnam Panel 2

    Panelists discussed the book, Reporting Vietnam, published by Library of America. The book is about the role of journalism in the conduct of the Vietnam War.

    107 views
  • Phil Donahue Interview
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    Phil Donahue Interview

    Mr. Donahue talked 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…

    106 views
  • Draft of the Declaration of Independence
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    Draft of the Declaration of Independence

    Mr. 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.…

    99 views
  • Mass Media and Democracy
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    Mass Media and Democracy

    Mr. Vanassed and Mr. Grossman talked about the impact of mass media on democratic values and institutions. They discussed whether new technologies will contribute to or undermine…

    95 views
  • 1968 and the Johnson Presidency
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    1968 and the Johnson Presidency

    Panel members discussed the Johnson presidency, and its legacy. They focused on how negative journalism affected his presidency, and whether his decision not to run for a second term was a…

    92 views
  • Teens and Society
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    Teens and Society

    Mr. Greenfield moderated a discussion between high school students, media experts, and social policy experts. The discussion centered on the impact of marketing on adolescents, the…

    92 views
  • 1968 Lessons and Legacy
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    1968 Lessons and Legacy

    The panelists discussed the highlights of 1968, including the Vietnam War, the demonstrations, the culture, and the election of President Nixon.

    72 views
  • College Journalists Roundtable
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    College Journalists Roundtable

    Panelists discussed the role of college newspapers and their importance on campus. They also talked about the First Amendment as it relates to journalism and college newspapers, especially…

    68 views
  • BibleBased Curricula in Public Schools
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    Bible-Based Curricula in Public Schools

    Guests discussed the use of the Bible as a text to teach history and literature in public schools in optional courses. This particular discussion arose from a course in a Fort Lauderdale…

    66 views
  • emHearts Grown Brutal Sagas of Sarajevoem
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    Hearts Grown Brutal: Sagas of Sarajevo

    Mr. Cohen talked about his book Hearts Grown Brutal: Sagas of Sarajevo published by Random House. The book is about the history of the civil war in Yugoslavia as well as the recent trouble…

    66 views
  • Science and Environmental Reporting
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    Science and Environmental Reporting

    Mr. Chappell and Mr. Hartz talked about science and environmental reporting. They discussed how different media cover those issues and the proper role for news media in covering those…

    51 views
  • emDown the Tube  The Failure of American TVem
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    Down the Tube: The Failure of American TV

    George Dessart and William Baker discussed their new book Down the Tube: The Failure of American Television, and their reasons for writing it. They answered questions from the audience.…

    51 views
  • Presidential Allegation News Coverage
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    Presidential Allegation News Coverage

    Mr. Rieder talked about the print, broadcast and online coverage of the allegations of sexual misconduct against President Clinton. He examined issues of journalistic credibility and…

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