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Wikileaks & What It Means for Journalism

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Columbia Journalism School (@ColumbiaJourn) presents a conversation about the latest developments in the Wikileaks controversy and what they mean for journalists and journalism. Speakers include Emily Bell (@emilybell), founding director of Columbia's Tow Center for Digital Media and former editor of the Guardian website; Todd Gitlin, Columbia professor of communications; Philip Shenon, a former NYTimes security writer who now writes for the Daily Beast; Ingo Sigfusson, a journalist from Iceland. Moderated by Alexander Hotz (@hotzington), Digital Media Associate and teaching fellow at Columbia, who has reported on the Wikileaks since early this year. Produced by Prof. Sree Sreenivasan (@sree). If you can't make it to the live session, send your questions to sree@sree.net. You will be able to listen to a recording soon after the show. Hashtag for the session: #cjleaks. NOTE: HIT "REMIND ME" ABOVE TO GET AN E-MAIL REMINDER; AND/OR HIT "FOLLOW" TO GET FUTURE ALERTS.

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