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International News Coverage in a New Media World: The Decline of the Foreign Correspondent

Experts examine the dramatic shift of traditional media away from foreign reporting and the growth of Web-based citizen journalists and the effect on coverage of international news and human rights issues. - D. Jeffrey Hirschberg, Broadcasting Board of Governors - Moderator: Steve Roberts, Professor of Media and Public Affairs, George Washington University - Panelists: - Loren Jenkins, Foreign Editor, National Public Radio - Sherry Ricchiardi, Senior Writer, American Journalism Review and Professor, Indiana University School of Journalism - Patrick Meier, Research Fellow, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative - Bob Dietz, Asia Program Coordinator, Committee to Protect Journalists (Dec 10, 2008 at George Washington University) Co-sponsored by the Broadcasting Board of Governors and the GWU Institute for Public Diplomacy and Global Communication in commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
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