1. 2014 Hearst lecture with The New York Times' John Schwartz


    from Moody College of Communication / Added

    John Schwartz, national legal correspondent for The New York Times, and former columnist for The Washington Post and Newsweek presented "More Chaos, Less Fear: How Journalism Looks Now" on March 24 at the Moody College of Communication's Belo Center for New Media on campus at The University of Texas at Austin. Schwartz has written on a wide range of topics including: space travel, the levees of New Orleans, physician-assisted suicide, Facebook, jetpacks, robots, and why pregnant women don't tip over, which has something to do with an extra curve in their spines. He is the author of "Oddly Normal," a family memoir about his gay son. Schwartz was born in Galveston, Texas, attended the University of Texas at Austin and U.T. Law. He passed the bar, but has never practiced law.

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    • Vision Series: Steven Pearlstein - "Economics for Everyman"


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      Speaker: Steven Pearlstein Robinson Professor, Public and International Affairs Event Date: September 24, 2012 Lecture Description: The Washington Post’s Pulitzer-prize winning columnist Steven Pearlstein has been teaching economics to his readers for two decades, explaining the ins and outs of health care reform, analyzing the causes of the latest global financial crisis or anticipating the challenges to the Washington area economy. Now he’s trying his hand at teaching the same economic principles, and providing the same common sense insights, to
 the undergraduates at George Mason University. So how is it going?

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      • NY State Senator Joseph Addabbo Jr: Uncensored


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        New York State Senator Joseph Addabbo, Jr. appears on the show to discuss the following: the Arizona immigration law, turmoil in the New York State senate, financial reform, bailouts, corruption in politics, the Tea Party, Sarah Palin, his father's legacy, and his controversial vote against "marriage equality" legislation in 2009. The interview was filmed on April 23, 2010, and is completely uncensored. Note: The show's opening theme is "Feels So Right" by "Solution."

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        • Faith on the Record Part: Religion Journalists Sound off on the Election


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          Religion journalists sound off on faith and the election.

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          • Len Downie: Full Show


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            Len Downie spent 44 years as a reporter and editor at The Washington Post, retiring in 2008 as executive editor — the top job at the paper. During his 17 years in charge, the Post won 25 Pulitzer Prizes. Today he's the Weil Family Professor of Journalism at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School.

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            • The Life of a Crime Gun: the murder (chapter 1)


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              The life of a .45 caliber Glock pistol started at a gun store that the police have long suspected as diverting guns to criminals. The gun’s life ended with a murder at a baby shower. Producer, Cinematographer, Reporter Ben de la Cruz / The Washington Post Music by Kevin MacLeod

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              • In the Moment: Barack Obama's Historic Inauguration


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                A chronicle of the historic day from early morning on the National Mall to the parade along Pennsylvania Avenue to the late night festivities across the Washington, D.C. Video by the documentary video staff of The Washington Post: Jennifer Crandall, Ben de la Cruz, Travis Fox, Alexandra Garcia, Akira Hakuta, Pierre Kattar Edited by Ben de la Cruz and Travis Fox

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                • NFL culture of pain: ‘Wonder’ drug under scrutiny


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                  Coping with injuries and pain in pro-football has fostered a culture of painkiller use and abuse. One drug in particular, Toradol, has received increased attention for its potentially ruinous side effects. Produced, shot and edited for The Washington Post

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                  • Working Toward Success


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                    With bills mounting, no job, and a wife and two young children to support, Chris Cunningham needed to a career plan... and fast. Produced by Ben de la Cruz / The Washington Post

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                    • Documented@Davos: Lally Weymouth, The Washington Post


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                      Randi Zuckerberg interviews Lally Weymouth, Senior Associate Editor, The Washington Post at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland 2012.

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