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New Media, New Standards

Introductory Speakers: Richard N. Haass, President, Council on Foreign Relations
Vivian Schiller, President and Chief Executive Officer, NPR
Speakers: Clark Hoyt, Adviser, Bloomberg News; Former Public Editor, New York Times
Mark Whitaker, Senior Vice President and Washington Bureau Chief, NBC News
Presider: Scott Simon, Host, Weekend Edition Saturday, NPR
December 6, 2010

Clark Hoyt and Mark Whitaker discuss the changing nature of journalistic responsibility in an era of new media, including the shifting parameters for sourcing and reporting, and the subsequent implications for national security and foreign policy.

This meeting was inspired by the work of NPR journalist Daniel Schorr.


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New Media, New Standards

Speakers: Clark Hoyt and Mark Whitaker
Introductory Speakers: Richard N. Haass and Vivian Schiller
Presider: Scott Simon

Clark Hoyt and Mark Whitaker discuss the changing nature of journalistic responsibility in an era of new media, including the shifting...

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New Media, New Standards (Audio)

Speakers: Clark Hoyt and Mark Whitaker
Introductory Speakers: Richard N. Haass and Vivian Schiller
Presider: Scott Simon

Clark Hoyt and Mark Whitaker discuss the changing nature of journalistic responsibility in an era of new media, including the shifting...