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Life as a reporter, 34 years later

The Brookings Institute released a series of blogs with video from Senior Fellow Stephen Hess’ numerous interviews with journalists, including one featuring Boston University alumna Nina Totenberg (Hon. ’11). In the interview, Totenberg talks about how the 1960 presidential election drew her into journalism, saying, “I realized I could be a witness to history.” Thirty-four… Read More

COM in the news: January 2012

COM professors sought for commentary recently include: Judith Austin Associate Professor, Communication Boston Business Journal, Hill Holliday gears up to pitch BofA (1/20/12) Fred Bayles Associate Professor, Journalism International Business Times, Romney’s Health Care Views Different From Obama, Republicans Say: Poll (1/26/12) Tobe Berkovitz Associate Professor, Advertising The Hill, Confident Obama struts his stuff (1/26/12)… Read More

Starr helps with your summer reading

Prof. Douglas Starr took to the NPR airwaves to share some of his favorite new science journalism reads for the summer ahead. “I’ve got books in environment, computers, physics, medicine and porn,” Starr told Science Friday host Ira Flatow. [audioplayer file=”http://pd.npr.org/anon.npr-mp3/npr/totn/2011/05/20110520_totn_02.mp3″ image=”/com/files/2011/05/sciencefriday.jpg”] See the transcript at the NPR website.

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