Digital Age and Investigative Journalism

Apr 3, 2012


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American Society of News Editors

Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, the two Washington Post reporters who broke the Watergate story, were among the featured speakers in a panel discussion on investigative journalism and the digital .. Read More
Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, the two Washington Post reporters who broke the Watergate story, were among the featured speakers in a panel discussion on investigative journalism and the digital age. Mr. Bernstein and Mr. Woodward recounted what happened and how they uncovered the facts in the scandal. Mr. Bernstein in his remarks called the story an assault on the U.S. democracy that simultaneously showed that the U.S. system of governance worked. Both agree that reporters should go after the power centers and hold them accountable, citing the Penn State sex abuse case as an example.
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  • Marshall, Joshua Micah
  • Bernstein, Carl
  • Shepard, Alicia C.
  • Woodward, Bob
  • Leen, Jeff
  • Bennett, Amanda
  • Boardman, David
  • Marshall, Joshua Micah

    Founder, Publisher, & Editor Talking Points Memo
    01:26:06 of 01:31:22
  • Bernstein, Carl

    Correspondent (Former) Washington Post
    01:25:52 of 01:31:22
  • Shepard, Alicia C.

    Ombudsman (Former) NPR
    01:23:42 of 01:31:22
  • Woodward, Bob

    Associate Editor Washington Post
    01:02:32 of 01:31:22
  • Leen, Jeff

    Assistant Managing Editor Washington Post->Investigative Reporting
    41:53 of 01:31:22
  • Bennett, Amanda

    Executive Editor Bloomberg News->Projects and Investigations
    14:32 of 01:31:22
  • Boardman, David

    President Investigative Reporters and Editors->Board of Directors
    04:43 of 01:31:22