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  • Human Rights Sanctions and Protecting Journalists
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    Human Rights Sanctions and Protecting Journalists

    Former State Department officials talked about protecting journalists around the world. Topics included the death of Saudi journalist and Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi and…

  • Role of the Press
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    Role of the Press

    The 70th Annual George Polk Award winners were announced by Long Island University at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. The awards for journalists included honors in more than a…

  • emKilling Journalismem
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    Killing Journalism

    In his book, Killing Journalism: How Greed, Laziness (and Donald Trump) Are Destroying News and How We Can Save It, journalist Joe Strupp reported on the news media and its future.

  • emIn Extremisem
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    In Extremis

    Lindsey Hilsum talked her book on the life and death of war correspondent Marie Colvin, In Extremis: The Life and Death of the War Correspondent Marie Colvin.

  • Washington Journal Andreas Wimmer Discusses Nationalism
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    Andreas Wimmer on Nationalism

    Columbia University professor Andreas Wimmer discussed his Foreign Affairs article, “Why Nationalism Works.” This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent…

  • Washington Journal Kate Ackley Discusses the National Rifle Association
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    Kate Ackley on the National Rifle Association

    CQ Roll Call lobbying reporter Kate Ackley discussed the National Rifle Association and its influence in Washington. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting…

  • Washington Journal Haley Sweetland Edwards Discusses Global Migration Impacts
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    Haley Sweetland Edwards on Global Migration Impacts

    TIME Magazine’s Haley Sweetland Edwards discussed her special report looking at migration around the globe and how countries are responding. This program is part of a “Washington Journal”…

  • Nina Totenberg on Covering the Supreme Court
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    Nina Totenberg on Covering the Supreme Court

    Nina Totenberg, NPR legal affairs correspondent, discussed her career covering the Supreme Court with political commentator and radio talk show host Bill Press. They talked about several…

  • emFreak Kingdomem
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    Freak Kingdom

    Literary Hub editor Timothy Denevi chronicled the life and career of journalist Hunter S.Thompson.

  • Washington Journal Jim Long Discusses Recreational Marijuana Laws
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    Jim Long on Recreational Marijuana Laws

    World Magazine reporter Jim Long discussed his series on the legalization of recreational marijuana in the U.S. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series on recent magazine articles.…

  • Communicators with Walt Mossberg
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    Communicators with Walt Mossberg

    Walt Mossberg, technology thinker and columnist, talked about technology developments; his work with the News Literacy Project, which teaches middle school and high school students how to…

  • Washington Journal Oriana Skylar Mastro Discusses Chinas Global Power
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    Oriana Skylar Mastro on China's Global Power

    Oriana Skylar Mastro talked about her Foreign Affairs article, “Who Will Run the World?” on what China’s rise in the global order means for the U.S. This program is part of a “Washington…

  • Lawmakers Mark 100 Days Since Jamal Khashoggi Killing
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    Lawmakers Remarks on Jamal Khashoggi Killing

    Members of Congress from both parties, writers, and journalists participated in an event marking 100 days since the death of Saudi journalist and Washington Post contributor Jamal…

  • Washington Journal Hugo Gurdon Discusses Conservatism  President Trump
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    Hugo Gurdon on Conservatism and President Trump

    Washington Examiner editorial director Hugo Gurdon discussed conservative journalism in the era of President Trump. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent…

  • Washington Journal Jon Gertner Discusses Glaciers  Climate Change
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    Jon Gertner on Glaciers and Climate Change

    Wired magazine contributor Jon Gertner discussed his recent piece examining how climate change is impacting glaciers in Antarctica. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series…

  • emDont Stop the Pressesem
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    Don't Stop the Presses

    Veteran journalist and author Patt Morrison of the Los Angeles Times examined the history and importance of newspapers in her book, Don’t Stop the Presses!: Truth, Justice, and the American Newspaper.…

  • Cato Institute 2018 Surveillance Conference Part 4
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    Cato Institute 2018 Surveillance Conference, Part 4

    The Cato Institute held their 2018 Surveillance Conference in Washington, DC. This portion featured a panel discussion about how journalists address concerns for their personal physical…

  • Photographing the Presidents
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    Photographing the Presidents

    Three former White House photographers talked about their work with former Presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama. Sharon Farmer, Eric Draper, and Lawrence Jackson shared…

  • Washington Journal David Hume Kennerly and Marvin Kalb Discuss the Role of the Media in 1968
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    David Hume Kennerly and Marvin Kalb on the Role of the Media in 1968

    Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Hume Kennerly and former CBS and NBC News reporter Marvin Kalb talked about the media’s role in 1968 as part of C-SPAN’s “1968: America in Turmoil”…

  • Washington 2019 Preview for Reporters Part 2
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    Washington 2019 Preview for Reporters, Part 2

    The National Press Foundation hosted a series of discussions with congressional and White House correspondents to preview the 116th Congress and the third year of the Trump administration.…

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