24 Hour News Industry

Guests: BILL KOVACH Chairman, Committee of Concerned Journalists Author of The Elements of Journalism : What Newspeople Should Know and the Public Should Expect (Crown, 2001) Former Curator, Neiman Foundation for Journalism, Harvard University Former Washington Bureau Chief, The New York Times PETER PRICHARD President, Freedom Forum and former Executive Director of The Newseum Former editor o fUSA Today (1988-95) FRANK SESNO Washington Bureau Chief for CNN Co-anchor of CNN's Newsday A 24-hour news cycle, more choices on cable, fierce competition and a drive for high profit margins have changed the way the media covers the news. The line between news and entertainment is increasingly blurred. Juan Williams and guests examine today's pressures on the news business on a special broadcast from the Newseum in Arlington, Virginia.



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