The Death and Life of American Journalism
The authors argue that the area of commercial journalism is ending and a new era of journalism that is unapologetically partisan and subsidized by the government must emerge. The event was in Washington, D.C.
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Craig Aaron Senior Program Director Free Press
Jane Hamsher Founder and Publisher Firedoglake.com
John Nichols Co-Founder Free Press
Ivan Roman Executive Director National Assn. of Hispanic Journalists
Robert W. McChesney Co-Founder Free Press
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