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The Good Ol' Days of Journalism? - Andrew Sullivan

Complete video at: Blogger Andrew Sullivan of "The Daily Dish" reminisces on the good old days of print journalism, which he jokes were fueled by alcohol and eccentric editors. "Today of course, there's no alcohol at all, and one works from morning, noon and night alone in a dark cave," says Sullivan. "It was much better then." ----- The second fall Perspectives features Daily Beast founder and editor Tina Brown; writer and political commentator Andrew Sullivan; and Jeff Jarvis, author of What Would Google Do? Moderated by Peter Beinart, the discussion will look at how electronic publishing and the Internet are changing the dissemination of news and information. - CUNY Andrew Sullivan is a senior editor and blogger at The Atlantic. His blog, The Daily Dish, is found on Sullivan was formerly the editor of The New Republic and was named Editor of the Year by Adweek. In his latest book, The Conservative Soul: How We Lost It, How to Get It Back (HarperCollins, 2006), Sullivan argues for a conservatism based on practical restraint, individual freedom, constitutional norms, and skepticism. His landmark book, Virtually Normal: An Argument About Homosexuality (Knopf, 1995), was the first to advocate civil-marriage rights for gay couples. Sullivan is a regular panelist on The Chris Matthews Show and Real Time with Bill Maher and appears on many other programs including Charlie Rose and Meet The Press.
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