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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…

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    Max Read on "Fake News"

    Max Read talked about his New York Magazine article, “Maybe the Internet Isn’t a Fantastic Tool for Democracy After All.” In the piece he examined the rise of “fake news” and whether the internet is a…

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    New Media and Technology

    Media industry leaders talked about emerging new media trends and technology. Panelists included representatives from the Washington Post, Slate, RYOT News, Google and VICE Media focused on…

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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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    Q&A with Okey Ndibe

    Okey Ndibe talked about his memoir, Never Look an American in the Eye: Flying Turtles, Colonial Ghosts, and the Making of a Nigerian American. Among other topics he discussed his first name, his…

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    Race News

    Fred Carroll talked about his forthcoming book, Race News: Black Journalists and the Fight for Racial Justice in the Twentieth Century, about the political and professional evolution of black journalists.…

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    Foodborne Illness Prevention

    Kathryn Miles talked about her recent Pacific Standard piece, “Spoiler Alert.” In the piece she detailed the food inspection process and examined the difficulty of controlling foodborne illnessl. This…

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    Russian State and the Media

    Two Russian journalists talked about the relationship between the Russian government and the Russian media. The two also commented on media censorship, the impact of social media, and the…

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    Reflections on Careers in Journalism

    As part of a C-SPAN and Comcast project to encourage dialog between students and national leaders, Ms. Ifill spoke to middle school students about leadership qualities and her experiences…

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    Reporting from the Danger Zone

    Maria Armoudian talked about her book, Reporting from the Danger Zone: Frontline Journalists, Their Jobs, and an Increasingly Perilous Future, about the complications facing journalists in…

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    Q&A with Maureen Dowd

    Maureen Dowd, whose latest book is titled The Year of Voting Dangerously: The Derangement of American Politics, talked about her New York Times column, 2016 presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and…

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    Campaign 2016 and Freedom of the Press

    Reporters covering the U.S. Supreme Court and White House were joined by media legal experts in a panel discussion on the potential implications on the First Amendment and media law of rhetoric by the two…

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    Nicole Hemmer on Conservative Media and Politics

    Nicole Hemmer talked about her Politico Magazine article, “How Conservative Media Learned to Play Politics.” and her book, Messengers of the Right: Conservative Media and the Transformation of American Politics. She answered question…

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    Intelligence Oversight Panel

    Journalists and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officials analyzed transparency and openness in the Intelligence Community. Then Deputy CIA Director David Cohen provided closing remarks for the conference. “The Public…

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    Photographing the President

    David Valdez talked about his work as a photojournalist for George H.W. Bush while he was both vice president and president. David Valdez first worked as a personal photographer to Vice…

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    Minority Support for the Democratic Party

    R.R. Reno talked about his First Things piece, “Bigot Baiting,” in which he argues the Democratic Party intentionally incites anxiety about discrimination and exclusion to solidify support from…

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    Daniel Sarewitz on the Role of Science

    Daniel Sarewitz, a professor at Arizona State University, talked about his New Atlantis article, “Saving Science,” in which he argues science should focus on real-world problems, rather than on the…

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    Views of Refugees in America

    Panelists discussed U.S. views on and treatment of refugees. Held at the Skylight Studios of the Annenberg Center for Photography in Los Angeles, photographs of refugee communities in recent…

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    Jihad Dhiab v. Barack Obama Oral Argument

    A three-judge panel on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral argument in a dispute between the media and the Obama administration. The Associated Press and 15 other media organizations were…

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    Future of the Militiary

    Gideon Rose discusses his story, “Tomorrow’s Military,” in Foreign Affairs magazine, about how the U.S armed forces might adjust and adapt to a changing battlefield environment. This program was part…

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