Posts tagged 'public media'
Posted: June 26, 2013 | Tags: public media
Our expanding partnership with The Washington Post begins with a story published today and written by Alexia Campbell, the Workshop's Graduate Fellow, who looked into the Army's cleanup of a medical research facility in Silver Spring, Md.
Campbell is working with the Post Metro Editor, Vernon Loeb, and with our new senior editor and investigative reporter John Sullivan, a Pulitzer Prize-winner from The Philadelphia Inquirer who is now on the investigations team at the Post.
The School of Communication has undergrad and graduate students assigned to the Post through competitive dean's internships. Campbell's position represents a ...
Could structural changes to American journalism — like increased federal support for public media — help prevent future political scandals?
That was one of the big questions posed last week during “The Lessons of Watergate,” a Washington, D.C., conference organized by the liberal advocacy group Common Cause. Held four decades after President Richard Nixon defiantly declared, “I am not a crook,” the two-day event at the National Press Club featured a series of speeches and panel discussions with journalists and government reform activists.
Robert Reich, the former secretary of labor in the Clinton administration who now teaches public policy at the ...