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.
February 16, 2005 — Six entries have been chosen as finalists for the 2005 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting awarded each year by the Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government….
February 15, 2005: “A British Journalist’s Reporting from Washington.” Brown-bag lunch with Julian Borger, U.S. bureau chief, the Guardian.
February 8, 2005: “Secrecy in the Bush Administration: Protecting Intelligence or Disguising Ignorance?” Scott Armstrong, investigative journalist and executive director of the Information Trust and founder of the National Security Archive.
February 1, 2005: The Shorenstein Center announces its spring 2005 fellows. Among the six fellows are the opinion editor of the Sydney Morning Herald, a digital media pioneer, a professor of communications at University of Mainz, a foreign correspondent for…
January 21 , 2005 — On January 21, bloggers, traditional journalists, and media enthusiasts alike, descended upon the campus of the Kennedy School to take part in a two-day conference titled “Blogging, Journalism and Credibility: Battleground and Common Ground.” Organized…