February 24, 2015 — Meredith Artley, editor-in-chief of CNN Digital and president of the Online News Association, visited the Shorenstein Center to provide practical tips for journalists looking to improve the impact of their digital work. Slow down and focus. Artley acknowledged that journalists often feel overloaded, expected to produce content in multiple formats across […]
February 17, 2015 — Wesley Lowery, Washington Post reporter, discussed his extensive coverage of Ferguson, Missouri, and its lessons for the media. When Lowery arrived in Ferguson at the beginning of the protests, he had no idea what was to come. “I’m thinking I’ll drop into Missouri for a day, we’ll get a dateline in the
February 3, 2015 — Peter D. Hart, chairman of Hart Research Associates, a polling firm that provides polls for NBC News and The Wall Street Journal, provided an analysis of current public opinion and the implications for the 2016 presidential election. Public sentiment is more upbeat than it has been in recent years, as Hart
November 19, 2014 — Frederick W. Mayer, professor of public policy, political science and environment at Duke University, discussed how storytelling plays a vital role in political and civic engagement.
Co-sponsored by the IOP and the Shorenstein Center. Join former NY Times and Politico reporter/editor Rick Berke and HKS experts for an informal discussion about the midterm elections, including analysis of early polling data and thoughts about the impact of results. Informal pizza lunch provided.