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  • How Americans First Learned of Pearl Harbor
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    How Americans First Learned of Pearl Harbor

    In commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Marvin Kalb used film, audio, and photographic records from the National Archives and the Newseum to illustrate the way Americans…

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  • Newseum Dedication Ceremony
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    Newseum Dedication Ceremony

    A dedication ceremony was held for the new Newseum facility in Washington, D.C. The ceremony in the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Theater included a performance by the U.S. Marine Band and…

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  • Journalists Memorial Dedication
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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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  • emBreaking Newsem
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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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  • Media Coverage of Congress
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    Media Coverage of Congress

    Paul Singer and Stephen Langel talked about media coverage of Congress with students from around the nation participating in Close Up Foundation’s week-long government studies program.…

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  • Professionalism of Journalists
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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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  • State of News Journalism
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    State of News Journalism

    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.…

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  • 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.

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  • The Alternative Media
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    The Alternative Media

    The guests talked about the alternative media, underreported news stories, the Independent Media Center, and The Utne Reader. They answered questions from the audience of students.

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  • News Reporting During a Crisis
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    News Reporting During a Crisis

    Journalists talked about their experiences with the nature of news reporting during a crisis from domestic and foreign perspectives. They also answered questions from the audience of…

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  • Media Coverage of Terrorist Attacks
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    Media Coverage of Terrorist Attacks

    The guests debated media coverage of the September 11 terrorist attacks and the aftermath. They also answered questions from members of the audience.

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  • CNN and the 24Hour News Cycle
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    CNN and the 24-Hour News Cycle

    The guests talked about CNN (Cable News Network) and the impact of 24-hour news reporting on the news cycle. Sesno is also a senior vice president at CNN. After their prepared remarks, they…

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  • Editorial Content and Financial Pressure in Newsrooms
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    Editorial Content and Financial Pressure in Newsrooms

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  • Newsroom Diversity
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    Newsroom Diversity

    In the second annual program on newsroom diversity, the panelists talked about whether progress has been made. They answered questions from the audience of students.

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  • Inside the Media
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    Inside the Media

    Mr. Merida talked about the 2000 presidential campaigns, especially how they related to the African-American community. He also responded to audience questions.

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  • 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.

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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…

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  • 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…

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  • Business of News
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    Business of News

    Ms. Cochran and Mr. Loeb took part in this forum that looked at the business aspect of media outlets. They talked about the impact of corporate ownership on media organizations and how…

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