If you have missed one this semester, no need to worry. You can watch them online on Northeastern’s Youtube and iTunes University channels. Below, watch John Nichols and Bob McChesney discuss the crisis in modern-day American journalism: Catch up on other Library programs and let us know what you think! If you’re interested in John Nichols and Bob McChesney’s presentation, read their book The Death and Life of American Journalism, available at Snell Library. (Both also have published other books on journalism in the Library’s collection as well.) If you’re a journalism or communications student, you might also be interested in checking out librarian Julie Jersyk’s subject guide pages, or making a research appointment to learn more.
Meet communications scholar Bob McChesney and award-winning journalist John Nichols, authors of The Death and Life of American Journalism
On Tuesday, February 2, 2010, communications specialist Bob McChesney and journalist John Nichols will be at Northeastern University as part of our Meet the Author series. They will be discussing the commercialism and special interests that impact reporting today. They claim that the art has strayed from its fundamental purpose as a tool for public service and to spread knowledge. In their book they discuss new methods that can help journalism succeed in today’s society. The book is available at Snell Library. The authors will be speaking at 90 Snell Library at noon. Refreshments will be served. Download the event flyer here.