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Description of Pictures: The Future Of News: Jill Abramson In Conversation With Brian Stelter
Jill Abramson, former executive editor of The New York Times, talks about her new book, “Merchants of Truth: The Business of News and the Fight for Facts,” in a conversation moderated by CNN chief media correspondent Brian Stelter.
The book follows four companies — The New York Times, The Washington Post, BuzzFeed and VICE Media — over a decade of disruption as they plow through a revolution in technology, economics, standards, commitment and endurance.
Abramson raises crucial questions that concern the well-being of our society as the nation faces a crisis in trust that threatens a free press.
Abramson is a senior lecturer at Harvard University and writes a bi-weekly column for The Guardian about U.S. politics. She spent 17 years at The New York Times, where she was the first women to serve as Washington bureau chief, managing editor and executive editor.
Stelter is the chief media correspondent for CNN Worldwide and anchor of “Reliable Sources,” which, each week, examines the week’s top media stories. Prior to joining CNN in 2013, Stelter was a media reporter at The New York Times.
* Jan Neuharth, Chair and chief executive officer, Freedom Forum
* Brian Stelter (moderator), CNN chief media correspondent and host of "Reliable Sources"
* Jill Abramson, former executive editor of The New York Times and author of "Merchants of Truth"
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ABRAM1_190213_010.JPG: Jill Abramson, Shelby Coffey, Maureen Orth, and Laura Handman
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ABRAM1_190213_138.JPG: Brian Stelter, Jill Abramson
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Coffey, Shelby appears on:
2019_DC_Celebrating_191211 Newseum -- Members' Farewell Evening -- Celebrating the First Amendment and the Newseum (w/Jan Neuharth, Peter Pritchard, Floyd Abrams, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Chris Wallace)
2019_DC_Not_Enemy_190207 Newseum & Boston Globe -- President and the Press: #FreePress: Journalists Are Not the Enemy (w/Chuck Schumer, Marjorie Pritchard, Brian Stelter, Karen Attiah, and Marcela Garcia)
2017_DC_Pres_Press6_170412 Newseum -- President and the Press: The First Amendment in the First 100 Days: Session 6 -- Brian Stelter, Carrie Budoff Brown, David Kirkpatrick, and Cecilia Vega
2011_DC_Page1_110615 Newseum -- "Page One: Inside the New York Times" screening (w/David Carr, Brian Stelter, Lynn Sweet, Margaret Carlson, Marc Ambinder, Kate Novack, and Andrew Rossi)
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