Journalism

From My Lai to Abu Ghraib, a Career Spent Uncovering the Truth

After starting his career as a copy boy at the City News Bureau in Chicago, Seymour Hersh specialized in investigative journalism that uncovered some of the biggest stories of the last several decades.

Retired New York Times Publisher Reflects on Challenging Times

Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. said the future for independent journalism is bright despite upheaval in the industry.

Nicco Mele Speaks of Changing the Narrative

The director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy launched the Summer Institute speaker series with a riveting talk Thursday night.

Lawrence O'Donnell Trades Television Studio for Pulpit

As the nation’s birthday nears, the congregation at the Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs reflected on what it was like to live in America 50 years ago.

Front Row Seat for All the News That's Fit to Print

Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. will take the stage at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown on Wednesday, July 11.

Kudos to the High School View

The High School View, the student newspaper at the regional high school, earned the highest achievement award in its class at the New England Scholastic Press Association.

Print Matters for Pittsburgh Online Advocacy Journalists

Presses rolled early this week as the Vineyard Gazette printed 20,000 copies of an investigative report for the Public Herald, a nonprofit investigative journalism site based in Pittsburgh, Pa.

Dateline White House: Journalists Report From the Front Lines

Two leading journalists took a break from covering Donald Trump last week and spoke candidly about covering the White House.

Former BBC News Director Offers Bleak Assessment Mixed With Hope

Former director of BBC Radio and BBC News Helen Boaden painted a bleak picture of the journalistic landscape before a packed audience Thursday evening.

Honors for High School View

The High School View won several journalism awards at the New England Scholastic Press Association annual conference.

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