Journalism Week on WNPR’s “Where We Live”

Where We Live

Monday, March 1:

Seemingly everyone in Connecticut is running for Governor. It’s a job that looks pretty unappealing right now. Coming up, we’ll talk about the challenges facing this Governor and the next one, and get more Capitol news from our reporter roundtable. (Greg Hladky of the Advocate newspapers, Keith Phaneuf of CT Mirror and Christine Stuart,

Tuesday 3.2

NPR Ombudsman Lisa Shepard joins us again to answer listener questions. As a longtime reporter, professor and media critic, she’ll talk about what steps NPR takes to assure accuracy and transparency in the news.

Thursday 3.4

John Dankosky will host a newspaper roundtable on Tuesday night at the Mark Twain House in Hartford. Portions of that roundtable will air on Thursday, followed by an interview with the Washington Post’s Bob Woodward (appearing that evening at the Connecticut Forum in Hartford).


2 Responses

  1. […] Pew Study: “Foragers” Get News on Web, Cell Phones; Want More Science Coverage Jump to Comments by John Dankosky – The Pew Research Center was kind enough to do a poll about “The New News Landscape” in advance of two conversations about the state of the news industry this week on Where We Live.  Tuesday night, I’m moderating a panel discussion at The Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford (more information here), and Thursday night Bob Woodward and Tina Brown face off at The Connecticut Forum (I’ll be talking with Woodward for Thursday’s show (more from our friends at The Laurel). […]

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