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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.
Voto Latino's 2017 Our Voices panel "Shaking Up The Newsroom." Hosted by Marla Teresa Kumar (MSNBC) Featuring: Cenk Uygur (The Young Turks), Maria Cardona (CNN), Jonathan Capehart (Washington Post), and Rashida Jones (NBC News) Our Voices is a signature event during White House Correspondents’ Weekend, focusing on the need for diversity both in front of and behind the camera. It is because of, not in spite of the current political climate that we believe it is now more important than ever to showcase diverse talent and celebrate it through the Our Voices reception. Learn more about Voto Latino here: http://votolatino.org/ Voto Latino is a pioneering civic media organization that seeks to transform America by recognizing Latinos’ innate leadership.
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Ken Davis is joined by four veterans of the Harold Washington years in Chicago. Jacky Grimshaw was the mayor’s Director of Intergovernmental Relations and is currently Vice President for Policy at the Center for Neighborhood Technology. Patrick O’Connor was (and still is) the Alderman of the 40th Ward. Cheryl Corley was City Hall reporter for WBEZ and is currently Midwest/Chicago correspondent for NPR. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia was elected Alderman during Washington’s term and was part of the realignment of the City Council that awarded Washington majority control of the Council. He’s currently 7th District Commissioner at the Cook County Board. The guests tell behind-the-scenes stories about their interactions with Washington, who died in office thirty years ago this weekend. The panel also loo...