--American Journalism Review's series examining how well newspaper companies are informing and serving their readers.
--Carl Gottlieb, Former Fox Network News Director in Washington
--Tom Rosenstiel, Director - Project for Excellence in Journalism
--James W. Carey, CCJ Steering Committee Member and Columbia University Journalism Professor on the Clinton White House Scandal's detrimental effect on democracy.
Essayist and Author Robert Kaplan on looking beyond the obvious, and the easy "get," to find impactful stories and important trends.
Essayist and author Ron Rosenblum encourages young journalists to engage in more "Sez who?" reporting.
Nicholas Lemann - columnist, author, and Dean of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism - shares thoughts on New Journalism and how to use narrative effectively in storytelling.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author David Halberstam on the genesis of the story ideas that turned into some of his best-known books.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author David Halberstam on making stories interesting to readers/viewers.
Author and former Washington Post Foreign Correspondent Ward Just on the media's responsibility to enlighten consumers and not merely rely on visuals and sound bites to tell stories.
Ideas. Experiments. Research. Solutions.
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