Religion, Ethics, and the Media
Diane Winston talked about the current religious disposition in the U.S., what she calls “the news media crisis,” and the ethical challenges facing journalists and citizens. She also compared civil society and the media during the era of President Reagan era to the present climate. James Fallows moderated the event. close
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Diane Winston Professor University of Southern California->Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
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Future of News Media
Reporters, writers, and media executives discussed the future of the news media.
Media Coverage of Religion
Jane Little, a British writer and broadcaster who became the first religious affairs correspondent for the BBC World Service,…
Media and Government
Mr. Gergen discussed the role of the media and how the media has helped shaped the Reagan administration.
Government Use of Social Media
Panelists talked about the use of social media in public affairs, government, and the news media. Howard Fineman said…