The 2020 Rebele Symposium – held the day after Super Tuesday – focuses on swing-state coverage of the presidential election and features reporters from Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan and Florida. Watch the video.
A Conversation about the New York Times 1619 Project. Featuring New York Times correspondent Nikole Hannah-Jones and writer Kiese Laymon. Moderated by JSK managing director Michael Bolden. Watch the video.
The “Green New Deal” being pushed by House Democrats is quickly becoming a litmus test for 2020 Democratic Presidential candidates. Prof. Jon Krosnick discusses the issue.
A conversation with Bob Woodward. Woodward discusses his reporting from Nixon to Trump and the challenges confronting the press, the presidency, and American democracy. Watch the video.
What kind of journalism do we need, and what are the ramifications of journalism not fulfilling this need? Eight scholars from six countries came together to discuss this question by addressing the intensifying connections between journalism, justice, and digital technologies.
University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication Q & A with Prof. James T. Hamilton. Topics range from the future of computational journalism and the benefits of investigative reporting. Watch the video.
“Virtual Reality, Real Implications: How VR will shape people, business, and government” features Courtney Cogburn (Columbia University), Tom Wheeler (former head of the FCC), and Philip Rosedale (High Fidelity).
“Under Threat: The Future of Foreign Correspondence” features NPR Foreign Editor William Dobson, BuzzFeed International News Editor Miriam Elder, and New York Times Foreign Editor Michael Slackman. Moderated by the Communication Department’s Janine Zacharia.
Making Media Work: Music, Books and Journalism in the Digital Age
Nancy Baym, Rasmus Nielson, Christine Larson. Moderator: James Hamilton
Apr 20, 2017
Four Communication Department faculty (Janine Zacharia, Jay Hamilton, Ted Glasser and Phil Taubman) discuss press freedom, the emergence of fake news, journalism ethics, media economics and the overall challenges of reporting on the new administration. Watch the video.
Is American politics dysfunctional or does it just look that way? What happens when aggressive hyper-partisanship collides with a political system that can only work co-operatively? Simon Jackman moderates this Sydney Opera House event.
Stanford Journalism Program master’s co-term student Austin Meyer has been named as the winner of Nicholas Kristof’s annual win-a-trip contest.