Journalism: Now More Than Ever

10:00-10:30 am    Add
105 North Gate Hall

The post-election tension between the new administration and the news media has resonated in sometimes perplexing ways for the journalism academy. There has never been a moment when the public's need for the work our students are prepared to do has been as great--and when journalism's own needs have been as acute as they are right now. The news you read tomorrow will be produced by the people being trained today. Join us for a talk with Edward Wasserman, professor of journalism and dean of the Graduate School of Journalism. Dean Wasserman writes and speaks widely on matters related to media rights and wrongs, technological change, and media ownership and control. His academic specialties include plagiarism, source relations, confidentiality and conflict of interest.

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