An invitation: editor of globe, founder of Mother Jones, others debate the nature of news reporting
- With all the news/journalism/blogging events coming up, you'd think we
were celebrating the 300th anniversary of all three this month, not
just the first successful North American newspaper (the Boston
News-Letter, which was, in fact, mostly an aggregator of London
April 6 panel at Harvard, April 7 in Boston, Bloggercon on the 17th....
(And more; see this calendar for Harvard Shorenstein Center events:
Both the April 6 Shorenstein panel and the one April 7 (see below), put
together by my old friends at Emerson, look excellent. I checked to
make sure the Emerson one is open. They've moved it to the Tremont
Boston Hotel, which may not be the site given on Emerson's web pages.
See you at one of them if I don't sink to deeply into blogging about
PS The Shorenstein Center panel on Boston Beats, April 6, 5 p.m., is in
Bell Hall (in the Belfer Building), John F. Kennedy School of
79 JFK St., Cambridge.
Begin forwarded message:
> From: "Jerry Lanson" <Jerry_Lanson@...>
> Date: March 31, 2004 10:25:45 PM EST
> To: "Bob Stepno"
> Subject: RE: An invitation: editor of globe, founder of Mother Jones,
> other debate the nature of news reporting
> By all means. Come and bring friends. It's open to the public. We'd
> love to see you. J
> On Mar 30, 2004, at 10:12 AM, Jerry Lanson wrote:
> > Beyond Fairness: Has the U.S. Model for Reporting the News Outlived
> > Its Purpose?
> > Marty Baron, editor, The Boston Globe
> > Chazy Dowaliby, editor, The Quincy Patriot-Ledger
> > Masha Gessen, Nieman fellow, former Moscow bureau chief for U.S.
> > and World Report
> > Richard Parker, Senior Fellow at the Shorenstein Center, co-founder
> > Mother Jones Magazine
> > Do balance and objectivity remain desirable goals for U.S. news
> > coverage in an increasingly niche-marketed media age? And can
> > they ever be achieved? This panel of news leaders will discuss the
> > history of fairness in the American news media and explore whether
> > the model continues to serve the public well. There will be time for
> > questions and spirited discussion. Refreshments will be served.
> > Wednesday, April 7
> > 6:30-8 p.m.
> > Tremont Boston Hotel
> > 275 Tremont St.
> > Library, 5th Floor