Conspiracy Theory and Threats to Journalists

CPJ spoke with Dr. Joan Donovan, the research director at Harvard’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy, about why and how conspiracy theories spread and the implications for journalists. Are QAnon adherents a real, physical threat to...

Online Discussion About Op-Eds

The Dreier Roundtable at CMC is excited to present an online discussion about writing opinion-editorial pieces, or op-eds. Tuesday’s guests will be Henry Olsen, opinion writer for the Washington Post and CMC alumnus, and Sue Horton, Op-Ed and Sunday Opinion Editor for...

Foreign Journalists Covering US Elections

Katherine Jacobsen at the Committee to Protect Journalists: Covering elections as a foreign correspondent in the United States has traditionally meant press conferences, long days at political rallies, and road trips through rural America.   This year, however,...

Op-Ed Contest Reminder

The Dreier Roundtable is pleased to announce an op-ed contest.  Entries should be in the form of an op-ed article, of the kinds that appear in newspapers. The op-ed may concern any issue in public affairs, broadly defined.  This site offers useful advice on how to...

Fallen Journalists Memorial

Last week, the House passed the Fallen Journalists Memorial Act.  Marlon Hanson at The Focus Daily News: “Washington has many monuments honoring those who have sacrificed their lives to protect our freedoms – yet, there is no memorial on public land to recognize the...