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    Culture as a Weapon

    Nato Thompson talked about his book Culture as Weapon: The Art of Influence in Everyday Life, in which examines how business and government use art to influence. He spoke with art critic…

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    True South

    Jon Else, producer and cinematographer of the Civil Rights documentary Eyes on the Prize, talked about his book True South: Henry Hampton and “Eyes on the Prize,” the Landmark Television…

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    Pill City

    Kevin Deutsch talked about his book Pill City: How Two Honor Roll Students Foiled the Feds and Built a Drug Empire, in which he chronicles how two Baltimore teens built a narcotics business…

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    Watching TV

    Walter Podrazik, television curator at the Museum of Broadcast Communications, talked about his book, Watching TV: Eight Decades of American Television, about the history and influence of…

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    Fake News

    The head of Facebook’s News Feed, the founder of CraigsList, journalists, and academics talked about the effects of “fake” news on consumers and the media. Topics included identifying and…

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    Security Clearances and Cybersecurity

    Officials from the Office of Personnel Management, the National Background Investigations Bureau, and the Defense Department testified at a hearing on information technology security and…

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    Communicators with Gordon Smith

    National Association of Broadcasters president Gordon Smith talked about the future of television as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) entered the final round of spectrum auctions…

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    Russian Cyber Operations

    Panelists discussed Russian cyber intelligence operations and hacking. “Russian Cyber Operations: 2017 and Beyond” was held by Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government in the Littauer…

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    The Word Detective

    John Simpson talked about his book The Word Detective: Searching for the Meaning of It All at the Oxford English Dictionary, in which he remembers his close to forty years at the Oxford…

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    Journalism and National Security, Part 2

    Panelists talked about recent leaks involving the Trump administration and relations between the media and government on national security matters. Speakers included Washington Post…

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    Journalism and National Security, Part 1

    Panelists examined the legacy of the 1971 publication of the Pentagon Papers, and how it changed the media’s relations with the government on issues of national security. Panelists also…

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    A House of My Own

    Sandra Cisneros, author of A House of My Own: Stories from My Life, delivered a talk after receiving the Fairfax Prize, which is awarded annually during the Fall for the Book festival in…

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    Edgar Allen Poe Museum

    Chris Semtner talked about the Edgar Allan Poe Museum. Established in 1909, the Poe Memorial Association was formed by a group of literary enthusiasts to create a monument to the writer in his hometown of…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer calls and social media comments on a question related to President Trump’s accusations about the media via Twitter, at a rally in Florida previous day, and at a…

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    The Accidental Life

    Terry McDonell talked about his book, The Accidental Life: An Editor’s Notes on Writing and Writers. He spoke at the 10th annual Savannah Book Festival.

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    Communicators with Representative Marsha Blackburn

    Representative Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), new chair of the Communications and Technology Subcommittee of the Energy and Commerce Committee, talked about priorities for the subcommittee and…

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    Steve Jobs

    Walter Isaacson talked about the personal life, professional career, inspiration, and legacy of Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple Computers. Walter Isaacson spoke with John Hollar at the Computer History…

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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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    Joe Klein on Politics and Literature

    Joe Klein spoke about politics and literature at the 35th annual Key West Literary Seminar. This program contains language that some viewers may find offensive.

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    James Baldwin

    Jules Farber talked about his book, James Baldwin: Escape from America, Exile in Provence, on James Baldwin’s life and writing career as an expat in France from 1970 until his death in 1987. He…

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