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    World War I Newspapers' Effects on Soldier Morale

    Robert Nelson talked about how British, French, and German newspapers influenced soldier morale during World War I. Mr. Nelson also delves into the shortcomings of using soldiers' letters…

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    David Chavern on the News Industry

    David Chavern talked about the future of the media industry as President-elect Donald Trump was preparing to take the oath of office. He also talks about what can be done to prevent the spread of fake news…

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    After Words with Mark Thompson

    Mark Thompson talked about his book Enough Said: What’s Gone Wrong with the Language of Politics?, in which he argues that the shift towards condensed and immediate language is fueling a…

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    Interview with Mike Connell

    Mike Connell talked about Michigan politics and the history of the city of Port Huron. He also spoke about the challenges facing the city as it rebounds from economic recession, as well as the state of the…

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    Q&A with Marty Baron

    Marty Baron talked about the changes at the Washington Post since he took over as executive editor in 2013. He also discussed the depiction of his work as editor-in-chief of the Boston Globe in the movie Spotlight.…

    2,064 views
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    Presidential Coverage in the Digital Age

    A panel of journalists, editors and Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign spokesperson talked about coverage of the presidency and politics in the digital age. They disagreed about the argument that current news…

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    Newspaper Industry in 2016

    David Chavern discussed how the news media have dealt with criticism during the 2016 election cycle, as well as the economic and technological developments that have changed the newspaper…

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    Pulitzer's Gold

    Roy Harris, Jr., talked about his book Pulitzer’s Gold: Behind the Prize for Public Service Journalism (University of Missouri Press; January 17, 2008). In the book he presents a history of…

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    I'm Dyin' Here: A Life in the Paper

    Tim Grobaty talked about his book I’m Dyin' Here: A Life in the Paper, about his 40 years as a columnist with the Long Beach Press-Telegram and his perspectives on the future of print newspapers.…

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    The Time of Our Lives

    Peggy Noonan talked about her book The Time of Our Lives: Collected Writings, in which she presents a collection of essays from her fifteen-year tenure at the Wall Street Journal. She…

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    Q&A with Tyler Abell

    Tyler Abell, editor of The Drew Pearson Diaries: Vol. II, talked about the second volume of his stepfather’s diaries, which provide an insider’s view of Washington, D.C., from 1960-1969.…

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    Capitol Hill on September 11, 2001

    Jason Dick talked about Roll Call's reporting on the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. He talked about the actions people on Capitol Hill took that day and some of the legacies of the day.…

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    Reporting on Hurricane Katrina

    Jim Amoss talked about the New Orleans Times-Picayune's Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of Hurricane Katrina and how the city has fared in the decade since the storm. He spoke via video…

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    Domestic and International News Coverage

    Newspaper editors talked about the state of domestic and international news coverage. Marty Baron talked about threats to free expression. Elisabeth Bumiller talked about international news coverage. Then…

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    Emus Loose in Egnar

    Professor Judy Muller talked about her book, Emus Loose in Egnar: Big Stories from Small Towns, about small town newspapers and the stories they cover. This interview, recorded at the University…

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    Q&A with Glenn Kessler

    Glenn Kessler, author of the “Fact Checker: The Truth Behind the Rhetoric” blog at the Washington Post, talked about his end-of-year “Biggest Pinocchio’s of 2014” awards, in which he lists…

    752 views
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    Funeral Service for Ben Bradlee

    A funeral service was held for former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee. Mr. Bradlee led the paper during the Watergate scandal and the paper’s publishing of the “Pentagon Papers.” The…

    4,270 views
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    Life and Career of Ben Bradlee

    Mr. Bradlee, retiring executive editor of The Washington Post, discussed his more than fifty years with that newspaper. He commented on the Watergate scandal, which established the reputation of the Post through the…

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    Ben Bradlee and Bob Woodward on Watergate

    Washington Post journalists Ben Bradlee and Bob Woodward talked about the Watergate political scandal and the fallout for President Nixon. They recounted how the story unfolded and revealed the behind-the-scenes events that…

    1,511 views
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    A Good Life

    Ben Bradlee talks about his memoir, A Good Life: Newspapering and Other Adventures, published by Simon and Schuster.

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