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    Watergate 50 Years Later

    American University professor Joseph Campbell taught a class about the 1972 Watergate scandal and, what he calls, “the myth of heroic journalism.” He argued that the unraveling of the Watergate scandal…

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    American Muckraker

    James O’Keefe, founder of Project Veritas, talked about his career as a journalist and the state of the profession today. This event, hosted by Project Veritas, was held in Rancho Mirage,…

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    Journalism's Role in Documenting Atrocities in Ukraine

    Former Ambassador to Ukraine William Taylor spoke about Russia’s invasion of the country, the potential for trying President Putin for war crimes and the future security of Europe during an event…

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    Not Exactly Lying

    Columbia Journalism School professor Andie Tucher looked at how some media outlets played with the truth throughout the 19th and 20th century and the impact that had on democracy. This was…

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    Q&A with Elizabeth Becker

    Journalist Elizabeth Becker talked about You Don’t Belong Here: How Three Women Rewrote the Story of War. In her book, she told the story of three women - Australian correspondent Kate…

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    Black Woman Reformer

    Lycoming College history professor Sarah Silkey recounted journalist and civil rights activist Ida. B. Well’s 1893-94 anti-lynching campaigns and her attempts to gain support from abolitionists in Britain.…

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    State Department Daily Briefing

    At the State Department daily briefing, Spokesperson Ned Price condemned the killing of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh in the West Bank and called for an investigation that is “thorough” and…

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    Surviving Deep Waters

    Former local television news reporter and anchor Bruce Johnson reflected on his life and nearly 45-year career covering news in Washington, D.C.. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington,…

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    2022 White House Correspondents' Dinner

    President Biden poked fun at himself, the media, and his predecessor during remarks at the first White House Correspondents' Association Dinner since 2019. “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah headlined as the…

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    Four Wars, Five Presidents

    Journalist Terence Smith reflected on his life and career. He spoke at the 2022 Annapolis Book Festival in Maryland.

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    White House Correspondents' Association Dinner - Red Carpet Arrivals

    Journalists, politicians, celebrities, and other dignitaries and guests arrived at the Washington Hilton for the first White House Correspondents' Association Dinner since 2019.

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    Savage Journey

    Peter Richardson looked at the writing life of Hunter S. Thompson, from his early influences to his embrace of “gonzo” journalism. This was a virtual program hosted by City Lights Bookstore…

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    Free the Press

    Playboy White House correspondent Brian Karem spoke about the challenges journalists face today and the future of a free press in America. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C.,…

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    Women Reporting on World War II

    Authors Janet Somerville (Yours, for Probably Always) and Hillary Roberts ("Lee Miller: A Woman’s War) discussed women reporting on the frontlines during World War II. This program was part…

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    Tech Giants' Use of Local News Content

    Local news executives testified on the negative impacts of tech giants using their content. They spoke at a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Competition Policy hearing examining the…

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    Cokie - A Life Well Lived

    Journalist Steven Roberts reflected on the life and journalism career of his late wife Cokie Roberts. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C., hosted this virtual event.

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    Bad News

    Newsweek deputy opinion editor Batya Ungar-Sargon argued that journalism, once a blue-collar profession, is now largely a profession for elites who push radical ideas and are out of touch…

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    1863 New York City Draft Riots

    City University of New York professor emeritus Joshua Brown taught a class on the 1863 New York City Draft Riots and Civil War newspapers. He described how citizens across the country saw…

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    Cable Hall of Fame

    The Cable Center honored the 2020 and 2021 entries into the Cable Hall of Fame. This year’s honorees included Jeff Zucker of WarnerMedia, Cathy Hughes of Urban One, and David Watson of…

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    News for the Rich, White, and Blue - How Place and Power Distort American Journalism

    University of Illinois journalism professor Nikki Usher offered her thoughts on the challenges facing American journalism. The Open Market Institute in Washington, D.C., hosted this virtual…

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