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  • Washington Journal Christa Case Bryant Discusses Race Relations PostFerguson Riots
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    Christa Case Bryant on Race Relations Post-Ferguson Riots

    Christa Case Bryant talked about her recent Christian Science Monitor article on efforts by the city of St. Louis to improve race relations since the 2014 riots following the Ferguson, Missouri, police…

  • State of Journalism and Digital Media
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    State of Journalism and Digital Media

    Greg Holman of the Springfield News Leader discussed the current state of digital and print journalism in Missouri and the importance of providing local news coverage. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles…

  • Book Party for Ken Walsh
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    Book Party for Ken Walsh

    A book release party for Ken Walsh, White House correspondent for U.S. News and World Report, who tells the stories of White House photographers and their access to the president over the…

  • emChasing Lightem
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    Chasing Light

    Former White House photographer Amanda Lucidon talked about her book, Chasing Light, about her time covering Michelle Obama from 2013-2017.

  • Vietnam War TV Coverage
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    Vietnam War TV Coverage

    Journalists who covered the Vietnam War discussed the challenges they faced, their work conditions, TV network competition, and their relationships with military officers and soldiers.…

  • Conversation with Katharine Graham 1997
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    Personal History

    Ms. Graham talked about her new book, Personal History, published by Knopf. It is an autobiography which through her own stories deals with the history of the Washington Post, over which Ms.…

  • emOn the Frontlines of the Television Warem
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    On the Frontlines of the Television War

    Cameraman Yasutsune Hirashiki talked about his work covering the Vietnam War for ABC News.

  • John F Kennedys Life in Photos
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    John F. Kennedy's Life in Photos

    Lawrence Schiller talked about the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s collection of dozens of images that chronicle the life of President John F. Kennedy. President Kennedy was born on May…

  • Liljenquist Civil War Photographs
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    Liljenquist Civil War Photographs

    Tom Liljenquist and his sons, Jason, Brandon, and Christian began collecting Civil War ambrotype and tintype photographs of ordinary soldiers in the mid-1990s. In 2010, the family donated more than 700…

  • Heather Hendershot Discusses emOpen to Debateem
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    Open to Debate

    Heather Hendershot talked about her book Open to Debate: How William F. Buckley Put Liberal America on the Firing Line, in which she looks at William F. Buckley’s television program, “Firing…

  • Washington Journal Andy Kroll Discusses What Happens to Retail Returns
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    Andy Kroll on Returned Retail Returns

    Andy Kroll talked about his recent Pacific Standard article, “Underwear of Uncertain Origin,” on what happens to retail goods when they are returned, also known as the “secondary goods market.” This…

  • Washington Journal WJ Hennigan Discusses the Role of Special Operations Forces
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    W.J. Hennigan on the Role of Special Operations Forces

    W.J. Hennigan discussed his TIME article about the U.S. military’s growing reliance on elite special operations forces and the toll it was taking on those fighters. This program was part of a…

  • Washington Journal Richard Cohen Discusses Ben Bradlee Documentary
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    Richard Cohen on Role of Journalism Past and Preseent

    Richard Cohen talked abouthis new documentary on Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee and the state of the news media.

  • Jeff Fager Discusses emFifty Years of 60 Minutesem
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    Fifty Years of 60 Minutes

    Jeff Fager talked about his book Fifty Years of 60 Minutes, in which he provides a behind-the-scenes history of the news program.

  • Frank Johnston Oral History Interview
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    Frank Johnston Oral History Interview

    Photojournalist Frank Johnston, who worked for United Press International and the Washington Post, talked about his career. His work includes photos of the Lee Harvey Oswald shooting, the…

  • Washington Journal Hugo Gurdon Discusses the Role and Future of Journalism
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    Hugo Gurdon on the Role and Future of Journalism

    Hugo Gurdon, editorial director of the Washington Examiner, talked about the newspaper’s journalistic mission and the challenges facing a print and online news organizations. He spoke via…

  • Journalist Tom Brokaws Life and Career
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    Journalist Tom Brokaw's Life and Career

    Journalist Tom Brokaw received the “Great Americans” award from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. He talked with philanthropist David Rubenstein about reporting historical events,…

  • Press Access to President Trump
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    Press Access to President Trump

    George Washington University held a panel discussion on press access to the Trump administration featuring White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and a number of members of the White House press corps. Ms. Sanders talked…

  • Diana Walker Oral History Interview
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    Diana Walker Oral History Interview

    Former Time magazine White House photographer Diana Walker talks about her career and photos. She covered the administrations of Presidents Reagan, Bush, and Clinton. She talked about her…

  • David Valdez Oral History Interview
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    David Valdez Oral History Interview

    David Valdez talked about his photographs of George H.W. Bush which he took as the vice president’s personal photographer and then as White House Photo Office director from 1989 to 1993. He…

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