In this issue of the quarterly magazine of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard, journalists describe changes in how they work and what they produce, explore emerging ethical issues, and propose principles of active engagement.
Journalism & Media
There are scads of good stories in parks. Find one near you, and check out Ken Burns' 6-part, 12-hour documentary, along with the scheduled pre-screenings and press events.
Island Press, which succeeded as a specialized publisher-of-record of environmental books for decades, faces hard times as philanthropies cut back.
Journalists were told to leave the room before Deputy Energy Secretary Dan Poneman spoke to a group of lobbyists and private-industry representatives at the June 2009 meeting of the Energy Facility Contractors Group in Washington.
"The beloved icon remains the face of the longest-running public service campaign in U.S. history. But keeping him current has been a challenge."