FORA.tv Speaker - Dan Froomkin
Dan Froomkin writes washingtonpost.com's White House Briefing column, a pugnacious daily anthology of White House-related items from news Web sites, blogs and other sources.
He is also deputy editor of NiemanWatchdog.org, a Web site from the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University that encourages reporters to ask more probing questions and hold the powerful accountable.
He previously worked as a producer and editor at washingtonpost.com. I joined the Web site in 1997 as senior producer for politics, was later Metro editor, and was named editor in 2000, serving three years as the second-in-command of editorial operations.
Before that, He spent ten years as a daily newspaper reporter for the Winston-Salem Journal, the Miami Herald, and the Orange County Register. In 1995, he was awarded a Michigan Journalism Fellowship (ergo this Web page.) In 1996, he served as Editor of New Media for Education Week. He's also taught journalism at the American University Graduate School of Communication and the Poynter Institute.
06.09.06 | 01:22:10 min
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