Latest News, All Types

Tuesday, 20 Jul 2010
David Dick

Former CBS News correspondent and bureau chief David Dick died on July 16 of cancer at his home in his native Kentucky. He was 80...

Thursday, 15 Jul 2010
As America begins to draw down its troops seven years after the invasion of Iraq

As America begins to draw down its troops seven years after the invasion of Iraq, Falah Azzawi represents the grittiest of the country's reporters...

Thursday, 15 Jul 2010
BBC Launches U.S. News Site
At a time when many newsrooms are contracting or consolidating, the BBC is growing its editorial operations with an original news site aimed at the...
Wednesday, 14 Jul 2010
Pakistan's Slippery Censorship Slope

When it comes to determining what is appropriate for a free press to report and publish, government regulation by any name is censorship. And...

Friday, 09 Jul 2010
Barrett McGurn

Barrett McGurn, 95, OPC president 1963 to 1965 and a veteran foreign correspondent and government spokesman, died July 2 at his...

Wednesday, 07 Jul 2010
Digital Journalism: More Work, Pressure and Opportunity
Longer hours, more pressure, decreasing quality and less enjoyable work. Old media is a dark, dark place for journalism - at least that's the mood of...
Thursday, 01 Jul 2010
Steven Gutkin

The AP has appointed Steven Gutkin to the new post of oil spill editor. Gutkin, Jerusalem bureau chief for the past six years,...

Friday, 25 Jun 2010
Jim Michaels

Jim Michaels came to the OPC to discuss his latest book, A Chance in Hell: The Men Who Triumphed Over Iraq’s Deadliest City...

Friday, 25 Jun 2010
Pete Hamill

Pete Hamill has written 10 novels, finished an 11th, written a memoir and four other non-fiction books plus numerous magazine...

Wednesday, 23 Jun 2010
Gen. Stanley McChrystal

In a multimedia environment, it's difficult for a magazine to break news, but that's what a Rolling Stone profile of Gen. McChrystal did...