Distinguished guests speak about their life experience in journalism in the media.
Can Newspaper Journalism Survive Blogs, Fox News and Karl Rove?
David Wessel, Deputy Washington Bureau Chief, Wall Street Journal delivers the Straus Lecture, School of Management.
The Interview at the Heart of Changing Journalism
Charlie Rose, Emmy award-winning journalist and executive editor and anchor of the nightly PBS interview show Charlie Rose, delivers The Poynter Fellowship in Journalism's Annual Gary G. Fryer Memorial Lecture. In his lecture, “The Interview at the Heart of Changing Journalism,” Charlie Rose discusses how despite technological advances and changes in the way news is disseminated, the interview remains at the core of effective journalism.
Media's Impact on Politics: Focus on Richard Nixon and George W. Bush
Bob Woodward (YC '65), Assistant Managing Editor of the Washington Post, delivers the Poynter Fellowship in Journalism Lecture.
CNN Anchor and Special Correspondent Soledad O'Brien
Yale Professor Jonathan Holloway Interviews CNN's Soledad O'Brien about diversity and her coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
Diversity In The Media: Behind The Scenes & In Our Lives
CNN Anchor and Special Correspondent Soledad O'Brien delivers a lecture on Diversity In The Media: Behind The Scenes & In Our Lives sponsored by the Poynter Fellowship in Journalism at Yale.
Isabel Wilkerson, Journalist and Author of the Warmth of Other Suns
Isabel Wilkerson, journalist and author of "The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration," speaks at Yale as a Poynter Fellow in Journalism. The event was co-sponsored by the Department of African American Studies.