Episodes 1 - 11

The Future of News: Global News

Guests: Ann Curry and Charles M. Sennott

NBC News anchor Ann Curry and Charles M. Sennott, executive editor of web-based GlobalPost, discuss the need for more international reporting and how the Internet, social networking sites and citizen journalists have impacted global news.
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The Future of News: Political Reporting

Guests: Jim VandeHei and Sam Donaldson

Jim VandeHei of Politico and former ABC News White House correspondent Sam Donaldson discuss how the Internet has accelerated the news cycle and changed political reporting.
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The Future of News: "Web 3.0": The Impact of Technology

Guests: Walt Mossberg and Mara Schiavocampo

New media experts Mossberg and Schiavocampo join Future of News host Frank Sesno to discuss the digital revolution in the media landscape, and the challenges and opportunities it presents for journalism.
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Citizen Journalists: What's Their Role?

Guests: Jay Rosen and Clarence Page

New York University professor of journalism Jay Rosen is the author of PressThink, a weblog about journalism, and a leading proponent of citizen journalism. Clarence Page is a Pulitzer Prize-winning syndicated columnist for the Chicago Tribune and a frequent guest on MSNBC.
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The Future of News: News and the Public Trust

Guests: Dan Rather and Farai Chideya

Veteran journalist Dan Rather is now anchor and managing editor of "Dan Rather Reports" on HDNet. Farai Chideya is the founder of PopandPolitics.com, writer of multiple books and previous host of NPR's "News and Notes."
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The Future of News: Print News: Can It Survive?

Guests: Tina Brown and Ken Paulson

Tina Brown is the founder and editor-in-chief of "The Daily Beast" and the former editor of Vanity Fair and The New Yorker. Ken Paulson is president of the Newseum and the former editor of USA Today.
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Investigative Journalism: How Will it Survive?

Guests: Bob Woodward and Bill Buzenberg

Bob Woodward, an associate editor at The Washington Post, is one of the country's preeminent investigative reporters and non-fiction authors. Bill Buzenberg is executive director of the Center for Public Integrity in Washington, D.C.
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Digital Democracy: Who Decides What's Next?

Guests: Aneesh Chopra and Ellen Miller

Aneesh Chopra is the first chief technology officer for the White House.Ellen S. Miller is co-founder of the Sunlight Foundation, which advocates openness in government through the Internet.
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The Future of News: What's the Future of TV News?

Guests: John King and Steve Grove

John King is anchor of "State of the Union" on CNN. Steve Grove directs the news and political strategy and programming for YouTube.
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The Future of News: Non-Stop News: The 24/7 News Cycle

Guests: Chris Matthews and Jan Schaffer

Join us for a special members-only taping of the Future of News with guests Chris Matthews and Jan Schaffer.
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The Future of News: Who Decides What's News?

Guests: Bob Schieffer and Krishna Bharat

Bob Schieffer, CBS News chief Washington correspondent and moderator of "Face the Nation," and Krishna Bharat, a research scientist at Google and the creator of Google News, joined Sonya Gavankar to discuss 21st century gatekeepers of news.
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