1. Photographer John Moore on 'Epic' Libya Battles, Arab World Revolutions


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    Read the profile: http://to.pbs.org/fudCZe Photographer John Moore is no stranger to combat. As a member of an Associated Press team in 2005, he shared a Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography…

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    • 8th-Grader Spotlights Violence in School, Hopes Obama Will Notice


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      For more: http://to.pbs.org/Ju4FmV How does violence affect students' ability to learn? That's what eighth-grader De'Qonton Davis and his classmates set out to investigate in St. Petersburg, Florida.

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      • The Old Man and the Boat: Hemingway's Quest for Peace


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        Read full article: http://to.pbs.org/noBXjP It's been 50 years since Ernest Hemingway was found next to his shotgun in Ketchum, Idaho. Yet the life and times of the iconic American author remains…

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        • Monarch butterfly migration under threat - by Ross Velton for PBS NewsHour


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          Monarch butterflies migrate from the US and Canada to Mexico each winter. But in recent years, Mexico has seen far fewer Monarchs arriving in Mexico. Environmental changes have destroyed the butterflies'…

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          • A Tale of Two Medias


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            He is a history major who became a world renowned science and technology reporter. He is a broadcast news veteran - with thirty years in the mainstream media - now in the vanguard of the latest new…

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            • A Wedding Day Looms for Women Boxers


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              Read the full article: http://to.pbs.org/g2a61O It’s almost midnight on a recent Saturday at the National Guard Armory in Pikesville, Md., and a man in a black tuxedo has an announcement: The evening’s…

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              • Drawing and Hustling in Washington, D.C.


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                Artist Nikita Z. Murray sees dollar signs -- not faces -- when he sits down to draw a portrait. He's been sketching on the train for years, drawing whoever he thinks will pay him. Read the full story…

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                • Journalism in a Digital Age: What the Numbers Mean


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                  What the Numbers Mean: Sennott considers the power of web metrics and how such numbers may be a help or hinderance to great content.

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                  • Journalism in a Digital Age: The Value of Great Content


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                    The Value of Great Content: GlobalPost's Charles Sennott talks about the value of great newspaper content and how that can translate across different platforms.

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                    • Journalism in a Digital Age: Curators of Information


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                      Curators of Information: Jim Lehrer and Chris Hughes talk maintaining the integrity of journalism across platforms and defining the role of the journalist as "curator of information."

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