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  • Washington Journal Daniel Franklin Previews the World in 2020
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    Daniel Franklin on the World in 2020

    The Economist’s Daniel Franklin discussed the magazine’s annual issue previewing the year ahead, looking at 2020. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent…

    460 views
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    Finding the News

    Peter Copeland, a former war correspondent and national politics reporter, talked about his book, Finding the News: Adventures of a Young Reporter, in which he reflected on his journalism…

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    Catch and Kill

    Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Ronan Farrow talked about his book, Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies, and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators in which he detailed the efforts made…

    1,168 views
  • Washington Journal Jennifer Kavanagh Discusses News Source Credibility
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    Jennifer Kavanagh on News Source Credibility

    RAND Corporation senior political scientist Jennifer Kavanagh discussed a new report on where Americans are getting their news and what they consider to be credible sources.

    629 views
  • Libel Laws and the Press
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    Libel Laws and the Press

    The Heritage Foundation held a discussion on whether libel laws should be examined to restrain the media. Panelists debated the pros and cons of existing laws.

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  • Newsboys in Toledo
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    Newsboys in Toledo

    Toledo’s Woodlawn Cemetery was founded in 1876. Historian Tedd Long highlighted a memorial built there to memorialize a Toledo businessman who helped support and promote newspaper boys across the United…

    107 views
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    Unfreedom of the Press

    TV and radio host Mark Levin talked about his book, Unfreedom of the Press, in which he argued that the press has lowered its standards in providing objective and trustworthy journalism.…

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  • Washington Journal Susan Berfield Discusses FDA Oversight of Generic Drugs
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    Susan Berfield on FDA Oversight of Generic Drugs

    Bloomberg Businessweek’s Susan Berfield discussed issues with FDA oversight of generic pharmaceuticals. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine…

    198 views
  • Funeral Mass for Cokie Roberts
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    Funeral Mass for Cokie Roberts

    A funeral mass was held for Cokie Roberts, an ABC and NPR journalist who died on September 17, 2019. Speakers at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle service included her husband Steven…

    24,538 views
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    Trailblazer

    Dorothy Butler Gilliam, who in 1961 became the first African American reporter at the Washington Post, talked about the hurdles she overcame during her career.

    421 views
  • Millennial Journalists Talk About the Future Of Journalism
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    Millennials and Journalism

    Millennial journalists talked about the news industry, fake news, evolving media platforms, and the future of journalism.

    381 views
  • Washington Journal Harry Bruinius DIscusses Socialism  Campaign 2020
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    Harry Bruinius on Socialism and Campaign 2020

    Christian Science Monitor’s Harry Bruinius discussed his piece about his conversations with swing country voters in Pennsylvania about socialism. This program is part of a “Washington…

    469 views
  • Regional News Reporting and Public Trust in Media
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    Regional News Reporting and Public Trust in Media

    The Regional Reporters Association and the National Press Club Journalism Institute co-hosted a discussion on the future of regional political and policy reporting, as well as the public…

    196 views
  • Washington Journal Peter Canellos Discusses US Historical Sites  the Telling of American History
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    Peter Canellos on U.S. Historical Sites and the Telling of American History

    Politico editor-at-large Peter Canellos discussed his recent article on whether people are still turning to historical sites to learn more about American history. This program is part of a…

    258 views
  • Washington Journal Stephen Rodrick Discusses the Suicide Epidemic
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    Stephen Rodrick on the Suicide Epidemic

    Rolling Stone senior writer Stephen Rodrick discussed his piece “All-American Despair” looking at the suicide epidemic, particularly in the western U.S. This program is part of a “Washington…

    760 views
  • Washington Journal Adam Harris Discusses the College Graduation Gap in Rural America
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    Adam Harris on the College Graduation Gap in Rural America

    Adam Harris talked about his Atlantic article, “The Education Deserts of Rural America,” on the college graduation gap between those living in rural and urban areas in the U.S. This program is part of a…

    338 views
  • The Weekly With Thomas Patterson
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    The Weekly With Thomas Patterson

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    Professor Thomas Patterson talked about the Mueller Report, how the media covers those involved, and what could happen next week when Robert Mueller testifies before Congress. This program…

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    A Private War

    Marie Brenner talked about A Private War: Marie Colvin and Other Tales of Heroes, Scoundrels, and Renegades. In her book, Ms. Brenner chronicled the last days of war correspondent Marie…

    542 views
  • Washington Journal Susan Milligan Discusses the Impact of Brain Drain on States
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    Susan Milligan on the Impact of "Brain Drain" on States

    Susan Milligan talked about her recent U.S. News and World Report article on the impact that “brain drain” has had on state economies, as well as the political polarization in those areas. This program…

    417 views
  • Washington Journal John Stanton Discusses the Future of Local News
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    John Stanton on the Future of Local News

    John Stanton talked about Save Journalism Project’s efforts to preserve local news outlets over concerns that large technology companies were threatening their existence.

    279 views
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