Speaker - Mark Feldstein

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Mark Feldstein is an Associate Professor of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University. Feldstein is the author of Poisoning the Press: Richard Nixon, Jack Anderson and the Rise of Washington's Scandal Culture. For two decades, he worked as an investigative reporter for newspapers, magazines, and television, including as an on-air correspondent at CNN and ABC News. On assignment, Feldstein was beaten up in the U.S., censored in Egypt, and escorted out of Haiti under armed guard, earning dozens of journalism's top honors, from the Edward R. Murrow prize to two George Foster Peabody medallions.

A graduate of Harvard who received his doctorate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Feldstein has also won awards for his scholarship from the American Journalism Historians Association and other academic organizations. He is widely quoted as a media analyst by leading news outlets in the United States and abroad, and has testified as an expert witness on First Amendment issues in court and before Congress.

2 Programs

WikiLeaks: The Fallout

04.09.11 | 02:45:02 min | 2 comments

The Crisis in News: Broadcasting Panel

04.26.08 | 01:36:00 min | 0 comments