- published: 24 May 2013
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Ann Gerhart, Senior Editor-at-Large at The Washington Post talks about how The Washington Post has adapted to the constant news cycle: “Everyone I know like me who still manages to be in this business at this stage is working harder than we’ve ever worked before, because it is just a constant cycle. It’s a very fast-paced line of work which can be both exhilarating and of course is exhausting.” How The Washington Post Has Shifted Gears: bit.ly/1WL90b8
In Washington, D.C., broadcast students and reporting and writing students work in Medill's D.C. newsroom reporting on the federal government. These students also are fully-credentialed correspondents covering Congress, the White House and many federal agencies on a daily basis with daily deadlines.
This is one of my favorite scenes from Season 1 of HBO's The Newsroom. In it, Will McAvoy reports the death of Osama bin Laden at the hands of U.S. Special Forces in Pakistan. From The Newsroom Season 1 Episode 7 - "5/1."
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