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Education, Civil Society and Sustainability in Transition Countries: Looking Back; Going Forward 
Broadcast Media in the 21st Century
04 Feb - 07 Feb, 2005
 The Sustainable Food Laboratory: Design Studio

Faculty:
Jon Alterman (Co-Chair) - Jon Alterman has served since 2002 as director of the Middle East Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, DC. Previously, he served as a member of the Policy ...
Khaled Hroub (Co-Chair) - Khaled Hroub is director of the Cambridge Arab Media Project in association with the Centre of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies at the University of Cambridge, where he previously served as visiting ...

Additional Session Support:
Richard Dreyfuss (Resource Specialist) - Richard Dreyfuss has been an acclaimed actor of film, stage, and television for over thirty years, and has the unique distinction of having three of his films included in the American Film Institutes ...
Frank Sesno (Resource Specialist) - Frank Sesno is professor of public policy and communication at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, where his teaching focuses on the media and its impact on the shape and direction of public ...

Abstract:
The Salzburg Seminar in partnership with The Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Imagining the Future Foundation will convene a group of senior reporters and news executives from the US and Arab media to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing news professionals in the contemporary world. During this symposium, participants will discuss a broad range of professional issues, including newsroom practices, ethics in reporting, and the identification and development of next-generation reporters. Anticipated results include a broadening of the knowledge base of international, particularly Arab and American, reporting; fostering of professional networks among participants; and the promotion of a comparative understanding of journalism that can help promote global standards for reporting. Participation is by invitation. For more information, contact cwalsh@salzburgseminar.org .

Session Faculty

Jon Alterman
 
Khaled Hroub

 


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