The event was held at the National Center for the Preservation of Democracy. Questions were asked from an onstage microphone to the left of Mr. Baquet.
Mr. Roderick interviewed Dean Baquet about the future of the newspaper. Mr. Baquet discussed the impact of the Internet on daily journalism, declining circulation, and the question of a liberal bias in the mainstream media. He also spoke about his career in journalism from police reporter at his local paper in New Orleans to leading one of the largest papers in the country when he became editor of the Los Angeles Times in August, 2005. Following the interview, he responded to questions and comments from members of the audience.
The event was held at the National Center for the Preservation of Democracy. Questions were asked from an onstage microphone to the left of Mr. Baquet. close
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