April 6, 2005: “Media Fragmentation and Food Fights: How Does a Newsweekly Compete?” Brown-bag lunch with Mark Whitaker, editor of Newsweek.
March 23, 2005: Goldsmith Seminar: “The Present and Future of Investigative Reporting.” Participants include the Goldsmith Investigative Prize finalists from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Atlantic Monthly, Frontline, and the BBC, the New York Times, the Oregonian, the Seattle Times and WFAA-TV…
March 22, 2005 — The $25,000 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting was awarded to Diana Henriques, business reporter for the New York Times. In her investigative report titled “Captive Clientele,” Henriques exposed a trail of deceit through which thousands of…
What Went Wrong and Why: Explaining the Performance of U.S. Government Policy After the Invasion of Iraq
March 22, 2005: “What Went Wrong and Why: Explaining the Performance of U.S. Government Policy After the Invasion of Iraq.” Discussion with James Fallows and William Langewiesche, national correspondents for the Atlantic Monthly. They will discuss political failures as seen from…
March 22, 2005: “Coverage of Corporate Malfeasance.” Brown-bag lunch with Gretchen Morgenson, assistant business and financial editor at the New York Times. Morgenson writes the “Market Watch” column for the Sunday Money and Business section.
March 14, 2005: “The Media, Investing and Public Relations.” Brown-bag lunch with Geraldine Fabrikant, senior writer for media and investing, the New York Times.
March 9, 2005: “Blogs and Other News ‘Conditions’ of Interest.” Brown-bag lunch with Rick Kaplan, president of MSNBC, NBC news’ 24-hour cable channel.
March 2, 2005: “Asia: Caught in the Web of Nationalism.” Discussion with Nayan Chanda, director of publications, Yale University Center for the Study of Globalization.
February 24, 2005: “Propaganda, News and Politics.” A conversation with Frank Rich, columnist and associate editor, the New York Times. John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum, Kennedy School of Government Co-sponsored by the Institute of Politics.
February 22, 2005: “The Polarization of Modern Politics and the Outlook for Change.” Brown-bag lunch with John Harwood, political editor, the Wall Street Journal.