NPC -- Kalb Report: "Guardians of the Fourth Estate" (w/Dean Baquet and Marty Baron):
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Description of Pictures: The Kalb Report: Guardians of the Fourth Estate
The President of the United States has challenged the legitimacy of journalism. What is his intent and can he succeed? What is the proper response from the journalistic community? Are some news organizations “out to get him” as backers of the president have alleged? Is President Trump actually good for the news business that he routinely assails?
While the president has riled up his base by repeatedly accusing venerable news organizations of peddling “fake news” and being “enemies of the American people,” two of nation’s most respected newspapers—The New York Times and The Washington Post—are experiencing record numbers of digital subscriptions.
On October 16, at the National Press Club, New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet and Washington Post Executive Editor Marty Baron will join moderator Marvin Kalb to discuss the administration’s threats to press freedom and the extraordinary relationship between the president of the United States and the media.
The Kalb Report series is underwritten by a grant from Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation.
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Specific picture descriptions: Photos above with "i" icons next to the bracketed sequence numbers (e.g. " ") are described as follows:
KALB_171016_009.JPG: ???, Mike Freedman
KALB_171016_017.JPG: Jeffrey Ballou, president of the National Press Club
KALB_171016_022.JPG: Marty Baron
KALB_171016_045.JPG: Dean Baquet
KALB_171016_078.JPG: Dean Baquet, Marty Baron
KALB_171016_158.JPG: Charles Clark
KALB_171016_278.JPG: Madeleine Green (Marvin Kalb's wife)
KALB_171016_689.JPG: Charles Clark
KALB_171016_835.JPG: Jason Rezaian and his wife, Yeganeh Salehi
KALB_171016_840.JPG: Frank Sesno and Dean Baquet
KALB_171016_848.JPG: Marty Baron, Dean Baquet, and students
KALB_171016_849.JPG: Marty Baron, Dean Baquet, and students
KALB_171016_851.JPG: Marty Baron, Dean Baquet, and students
KALB_171016_856.JPG: Gil Klein and gang
KALB_171016_866.JPG: Marty Baron, Dean Baquet, and students
KALB_171016_867.JPG: Marty Baron and Gil Klein
Description of Subject Matter: The George Washington University, the National Press Club and the Shorenstein Center have produced 51 forums in the The Kalb Report series since 1994. This highly acclaimed public affairs series is hosted by the distinguished journalist/scholar Marvin Kalb. Through one-on-one interviews and panel discussions emanating from the main ballroom of the National Press Club before audiences comprising several hundred students and professionals, Mr. Kalb explores topics ranging from "Ethics in Journalism" to "Covering the Private Lives of Public Officials." Guests have included Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather, Jim Lehrer, Ted Koppel, Sen. Hillary Clinton, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Nobel Prize winner Elie Wiesel, New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., former CBS News President Andrew Heyward, NPR President and CEO Kevin Klose, FOX News Chairman Roger Ailes, CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer, New York Times Columnist Thomas Friedman, and Washington Post Writer/Editor Bob Woodward. The Kalb Report airs on XM Public Radio (Channel 133 on XM Satellite Radio), WHUT-TV Channel 32 Public Television, and 630 WMAL Radio in Washington.
Executive producer for The Kalb Report is Mike Freedman, vice president and professorial lecturer in broadcast journalism at GW. The Kalb Report producers are Matt Lindsay and Heather Clapp Date.
In June 2004, the Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters Association named The Kalb Report "Best Public Affairs Program" on the radio in the Washington, D.C., region.
The 2005-06 season of The Kalb Report is underwritten by a grant from the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation.
The above was from their official site at http://www.gwu.edu/~kalb/
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