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Webcasts and conversations from Columbia Journalism School in NYC.

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Columbia Journalism School presents a conversation with Richard Wald, Fred Friendly Professor of Journalism. He has worked for the Herald Tribune, NBC News, ABC News, and the Washington Post, and now travels occasionally for... more

Columbia Journalism School presents a conversation with professor David Blum, who is a veteran writer and editor. David began his career as a staff reporter for The Wall Street Journal, and has been the editor-in-chief of The Village Voice,... more

Columbia Journalism School presents a conversation with professor Howard French. He has reported for the Times as bureau chief for Central America and the Caribbean, West Africa, Japan and the Koreas, and China in Shanghai.... more

Columbia Journalism School presents a conversation with Nicholas Lemann, dean of the school and Henry R. Luce Professor. He has worked for several publications [among them The Washington Post, The Atlantic Monthly, and The... more

Meet Stephen Fried, an award-winning investigative journalist and personal essayist. He is the author of three widely praised investigative books - Thing of Beauty: The Tragedy of Supermodel Gia; Bitter Pills: Inside the Hazardous... more

Columbia Journalism School presents a conversation with David Klatell, professor and chair of international studies. He will discuss his career, the school's international programs and his courses, "Reinventing Television" and "Critical... more

Columbia Journalism School presents a conversation with Cyndi Stivers, highly-acclaimed magazine editor (Time Out New York, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Life, Us, Vanity Fair), former president of the American Society of... more

Get a sense of Columbia Journalism School's famed "Journalism, The Law and Society" course with this recording of a Nov. 21, 2008, lecture by Floyd Abrams, the most distinguished first amendment lawyer in the country and author of... more

Meet Mirta Ojito, Columbia Journalism School professor (specialist in immigration, foreign and urban reporting), author ("Finding Manana: A Memoir of a Cuban Exodus") and former NYT reporter (she was part of the team that won a Pulitzer... more

Meet LynNell Hancock, Columbia Journalism School professor (specialist in education reporting and urban reporting), author ("Hands to Work: The Stories of Three Families Racing the Welfare Clock" and the upcoming "Prairie Fires") and... more
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