Speaker - Neil Henry

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Neil Henry worked for 16 years as a metro, national and foreign correspondent based in Nairobi, Kenya for The Washington Post, and as a staff writer for Newsweek magazine, prior to joining the faculty of Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism in 1993.

A former John S. Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University, he is the author of a 2002 racial history, Pearl's Secret. His second book, American Carnival: Journalism under Siege in an Age of New Media, was published in May, 2007.

A graduate in political science from Princeton University, Prof. Henry earned his master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.

2 Programs

Logan Symposium: Investigative Reporting on TV

04.16.10 | 01:14:03 min | 1 comment

The Crisis in News: Print Media

04.26.08 | 01:23:33 min | 0 comments