By K. Paul Mallasch
- Chapter A1 - goodbye, and thank you for all of the Fish Wrap!
- Chapter A2 - Redbud is my Rosebud
- Chapter A3 - inform me. Is the Lord of the Blogosphere in?
- Chapter B4 - Presidential Deliverance from Underwear
- Chapter B5 - Ex-Mas Eve lower than the Lilith Tree
- Chapter B6 - Babylon's Richest guy till the tip of the Chapter
- Chapter C7 - interval comma exclamation point
- Chapter C8 - rapidly created Believeland Tourism Video
- Chapter C9 - Die deadly with a troublesome Weapon
- Chapter D10 - Whiner, Whiner, poultry Diner
- Chapter D11 - Blue Journalist wishes foodstuff Badly!
- Chapter D12 - Quantum Entanglement/Journalism Engagement
By Elizabeth Drew
Forty years after the tumultuous occasions that ended in Richard Nixon’s old downfall, a brand new version of the mythical Elizabeth Drew’s Washington magazine, that includes a super new afterword
initially released quickly after Richard Nixon's resignation, Elizabeth Drew’s Washington Journal is a landmark paintings of political journalism. Keenly saw and highly insightful, Washington Journal opens in 1973 and follows the deterioration of Richard Nixon’s presidency in genuine time.
together with her unheard of entry to the pinnacle figures, Drew’s on-the-scene reporting is much more outstanding in hindsight, as Washington Journal does what no different ebook approximately that interval has performed or may perhaps do: captures the sensation of the interval and experiences in genuine time conversations with the most important decision-makers as they made up their minds concerning the so much fateful vote they might solid. It additionally exhibits us the experience of worry between either shut observers and the citizenry, in addition to their apprehensive laughter on the era's absurdities. Elizabeth Drew is familiar with Richard Nixon in addition to this most intricate determine may be understood, and she or he exhibits how he introduced himself down. In Washington Journal, Drew takes us alongside on what she calls "a wild trip via history."
This re-creation of Washington Journal contains a tremendous new afterword, which unearths the fascinating―and often hilarious―story of Nixon’s efforts to regain respectability after he’d been compelled from place of work, and it additionally deals unique insights into the which means of Watergate and Richard Nixon. wealthy with new details unavailable on the time, the afterword is an incredible addition to a really exact and enduring paintings of reportage.
By David Edwards
"Guardians of energy needs to be required interpreting in each media collage. it's the most vital booklet approximately journalism i will remember." John Pilger "Regular serious research of the media, filling an important gaps and correcting the distortions of ideological prisms, hasn't ever been extra vital. Media Lens has played an enormous public carrier via conducting this activity with power, perception, and care." Noam Chomsky "Media Lens is doing a great task of urgent the mainstream media to no less than stick with their very own acknowledged ideas and meet their public carrier tasks. [This is] enjoyable in addition to enlightening." Edward S. Herman Can a company media method be anticipated to inform the reality a few international ruled by means of businesses? Can newspapers, together with the 'liberal' mother or father and the self sufficient, inform the reality approximately catastrophic weather switch -- approximately its roots in mass consumerism and company obstructionism -- after they are themselves profit-oriented companies depending on advertisers for seventy five% in their sales? Can the BBC inform the reality approximately united kingdom executive crimes in Iraq while its senior managers are appointed via the govt.? Has something essentially replaced for the reason that BBC founder Lord Reith wrote of the institution: "They recognize they could belief us to not be fairly impartial"? Why did the British and American mass media fail to problem even the obvious executive lies on Iraqi guns of mass destruction earlier than the invasion in March 2003? Why did the media forget about the claims of UN guns inspectors that Iraq have been 90-95% "fundamentally disarmed" as early as 1998? This booklet solutions those questions, and extra. given that July 2001, Media Lens has inspired hundreds of thousands of readers to electronic mail senior editors and newshounds, tough them to account for his or her distorted reporting on Iraq, Afghanistan, Kosovo, Haiti, East Timor, weather swap, Western crimes in crucial the US, and lots more and plenty extra. The responses
By W. Joseph Campbell
By Mark Briggs
Launch your self into the recent information economic system. The electronic revolution that offers such a lot of recommendations for information shoppers additionally ability monstrous chance for newshounds. The trick: see the disruption as a gap you could assault. Entrepreneurial Journalism will encourage you with what is attainable and exhibit you the mechanics in the back of construction a enterprise. operating via 8 transparent and concise levels, you ll discover the secrets and techniques of winning information startups (including how they re getting cash) and tips on how to be an upstart your self, construction an leading edge and sustainable information company from scratch.
Each bankruptcy starts off with a true entrepreneur s adventure, teasing out how savvy and opportunistic reporters stumbled on their option to luck. Mark Briggs then is helping you dimension up the marketplace, harness expertise, flip your concept right into a services or products, discover profit streams, estimate expenses, and release. construct what you are promoting motion goods on the finish of every bankruptcy get you considering via every one step of your enterprise plan.
Discover how conventional information companies are evolving and innovating, the place the roles are at the present time and the place the recent jobs should be the next day. research from the pioneers, and develop into one.
By Ryszard Kapuscinski
Half diary and half reportage, The football War is a striking chronicle of warfare within the past due 20th century. among 1958 and 1980, operating basically for the Polish Press company, Kapuscinski lined twenty-seven revolutions and coups in Africa, Latin the USA, and the center East. right here, with attribute cogency and emotional immediacy, he recounts the tales at the back of his respectable press dispatches—searing firsthand debts of the scary, gruesome, and comically absurd facets of existence in the course of conflict. The football War is a novel paintings of journalism.
By Lynn Povich
It was once the 1960s––a time of financial growth and social strife. younger ladies poured into the office, however the “Help sought after” advertisements have been segregated via gender and the “Mad males” workplace tradition used to be rife with sexual stereotyping and discrimination.
Lynn Povich used to be one of many fortunate ones, touchdown a task at Newsweek, well known for its state-of-the-art insurance of civil rights and the “Swinging Sixties.” Nora Ephron, Jane Bryant Quinn, Ellen Goodman, and Susan Brownmiller started there besides. It was once a top-notch job––for a girl––at a thrilling place.
But it used to be a lifeless finish. girls researchers occasionally turned newshounds, hardly ever writers, and not editors. Any aspiring lady journalist used to be advised, “If you need to be a author, move someplace else.”
On March sixteen, 1970, the day Newsweek published a canopy tale at the fledgling feminist stream entitled “Women in Revolt,” forty-six Newsweek women charged the journal with discrimination in hiring and promotion. It was once the 1st lady classification motion lawsuit––the first by way of ladies journalists––and it encouraged different girls within the media to quick persist with suit.
Lynn Povich used to be one of many ringleaders. In The sturdy ladies Revolt, she evocatively tells the tale of this dramatic turning element throughout the lives of numerous contributors. With heat, humor, and point of view, she exhibits how own reports and cultural shifts led a gaggle of well-mannered, mostly apolitical girls, raised within the Nineteen Forties and Nineteen Fifties, to problem their bosses––and what occurred when they did. for plenty of, submitting the swimsuit was once a radicalizing act that empowered them to “find themselves” and struggle again. Others misplaced their manner amid possibilities, pressures, discouragements, and hostilities they weren’t ready to navigate.
The sturdy ladies riot also explores why adjustments within the legislations didn’t clear up every little thing. throughout the lives of younger woman newshounds at Newsweek today, Lynn Povich indicates what has––and hasn’t––changed within the workplace.
By Gay Talese
The vintage within tale of The manhattan Times, the main prestigious, and maybe the main robust, of all American newspapers. Bestselling writer Talese lays naked the key inner intrigues at the back of the culture of entrance web page exposes in a narrative as gripping as a piece of fiction and as rapid as contemporary headlines.
In this pleasing anthology, editors, writers, paintings administrators, and publishers from such magazines as Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, The New Republic, Elle, and Harper's draw on their various, colourful reports to discover a variety of concerns touching on their career. Combining anecdotes with professional research, those best insiders communicate on writing and enhancing articles, constructing nice expertise, successfully incorporating artwork and layout, and the severe courting among advertisements funds and content material. They emphasize the significance of truth checking and copyediting; percentage perception into dealing with the pursuits (and capability conflicts) of varied departments; clarify the way to parlay an entry-level place right into a masthead name; and weigh the expanding impact of commercial pursuits on editorial judgements. as well as supplying a unprecedented, behind-the-scenes examine the making of profitable and influential magazines, those members deal with the way forward for magazines in a electronic atmosphere and the continued significance of journal journalism. jam-packed with intimate reflections and incredible revelations, The paintings of creating Magazines is either a how-to and a how-to-be advisor for editors, reporters, scholars, and an individual hoping for an extraordinary peek among the strains in their favourite magazines. The chapters are in accordance with talks introduced as a part of the George Delacorte Lecture sequence on the Columbia college of Journalism.
Essays comprise: "Talking approximately Writing for Magazines (Which One will not Do)" by means of John Gregory Dunne; "Magazine enhancing Then and Now" through Ruth Reichl; "How to turn into the Editor in leader of Your favourite Women's journal" through Roberta Myers; "Editing a Thought-Leader journal" by means of Michael Kelly; "Fact-Checking on the New Yorker" through Peter Canby; "A journal wishes Copyeditors Because...." by way of Barbara Walraff; "How to speak to the artwork Director" by way of Chris Dixon; "Three Weddings and a Funeral" via Tina Brown; "The less complicated the assumption, the higher" through Peter W. Kaplan; "The Publisher's function: Crusading Defender of the 1st modification or ads Salesman?" by way of John R. MacArthur; "Editing Books as opposed to modifying Magazines" through Robert Gottlieb; and "The Reader Is King" through Felix Dennis
By Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein
With a brand new creation through the authors for the 40th anniversary of its e-book, the main devastating political detective tale of the century, Washington Post newshounds, whose fabulous, Pulitzer Prize-winning research smashed the Watergate scandal broad open, inform the behind-the-scenes drama how it relatively happened.
The such a lot devastating political detective tale of the century: the interior account of the 2 Washington put up newshounds who broke the Watergate scandal, now with a fortieth anniversary Afterword at the legacies of Watergate and Richard Nixon.
This is the booklet that modified the United States. released simply months earlier than President Nixon’s resignation, All the President’s Men published the whole scope of the scandal and brought for the 1st time the mysterious “Deep Throat.” starting with the tale of an easy housebreaking at Democratic headquarters after which carrying on with via headline after headline, Bernstein and Woodward carry a riveting firsthand account in their reporting. Their explosive reviews gained a Pulitzer Prize for The Washington Post, toppled the president, and feature given that encouraged generations of newshounds.
All the President’s Men is a riveting detective tale, taking pictures the exhilarating rush of the largest presidential scandal in US background because it opened up in actual time. it truly is, as Time journal wrote of their All-Time a hundred most sensible Nonfiction Books record, “the paintings that introduced down a presidency...perhaps the main influential piece of journalism in history.”