Streaming Videos for Part 1 – News


Chapter 1 – Institutional Pressures

The FCC and Broadband Internet: The Third Way “The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania bring together academics and policy analysts to consider the implications of the recent FCC decision to opt for a “third way” in asserting its jurisdiction to implement policy […]

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Chapter 2 – Truthtelling

Dean Wright on Online Journalism Ethics A YouTube video of Dean Wright, Reuters Global Editor for Ethics, Innovations and News Standards. He lays out the ethics of online journalism and guidelines for writers. Fat! So? Fighting Fat Fear Author and activist Marilyn Wann delivers a lecture titled “Fighting Fat Fear During the War on ‘Obesity’,” […]

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Chapter 3 – Reporters and Sources

Wikileaks: Implications for International Affairs Recording of forum done at the Graduate School for International Affairs discussing Wikileaks and the vast number of implications it might have on US foreign relations for years to come. Running time 1 hour 31 minutes 14 seconds. Journalism Ethics & Rules A YouTube video from Mark Grabowski, a journalism […]

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Chapter 4 – Social Justice

Vanderbilt Student In Darfur Recording of a short talk from a student of the Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management, discussing his experiences in Darfur, where he was a part of UN peacekeeping mission, and his view of the humanitarian crisis there. Running time 42 minutes 24 seconds. Journalist Discusses Passion for Social Justice MSNBC […]

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Chapter 5 – Privacy

The Facebook Factor A University of Oregon panel discusses Facebook, its social implications and the impact it has and might continue to have on a school’s programs, including how a school can use it to their advantage. Running time 1 hour 30 minutes 19 seconds. Duke Lacrosse Players Innocent After Being Accused of Guilt An […]

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