MOVING COMPUTATIONAL JOURNALISM FORWARD

In an era of so much data, Stanford groups across campus are focused on turning unstructured information into stories.

FEATURED MILESTONES

125 YEARS

In 2016, the 50th McClatchy Symposium celebrated 125 Years of Journalism at Stanford. As part of that event, this companion website was developed to showcase the history of journalism at Stanford by decade.

Stanford News Service also chronicled how Stanford journalists have told impactful stories for 125 years, whatever the medium.

STANFORD COMPUTATIONAL JOURNALISM LAB LAUNCHES

Officially launched in 2015, the Stanford Computational Journalism Lab supports the evolution of computational approaches to public affairs journalism through research, teaching and the production of reporting.

The CJ Lab surfaces problems faced by reporters to those focused on computational approaches to solving analytical challenges. Classes and projects at the CJ Lab focus on two research questions:

  • How do you lower the costs of discovering stories through better use of data and algorithms?
  • How do you tell stories in more personalized and engaging ways?

VIRTUAL REALITY EMERGES AS IMMERSIVE STORYTELLING MEDIUM

Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab continues to lead the way in virtual reality research and applications.

In Winter 2016, the Stanford Journalism Program launched an experimental seminar to explore ways of using virtual reality and 360-degree video to tell public affairs stories.

NBC NEWS’ RICHARD ENGEL (BA 1996) DELIVERS 2015 COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS

Richard Engel, NBC News’ chief foreign correspondent, was Stanford’s 124th commencement speaker on June 14, 2015 at Stanford Stadium. He told graduates about how taking chances can make a difference for the future of humanity.

Engel, who graduated with an international relations degree from Stanford in 1996, has covered everything from ISIS to the Syrian civil war to the recent Egyptian revolution. In 2011, Engel received the Daniel Pearl Award for courage and integrity in journalism, in memory of Wall Street Journal reporter and Stanford alumnus Daniel Pearl (1985).

BROWN INSTITUTE FOR MEDIA INNOVATION LAUNCHES AS STANFORD-COLUMBIA JOINT VENTURE

Established in 2012, the David and Helen Gurley Brown Institute is a collaboration between Columbia University and Stanford University, designed to encourage and support new endeavors in media innovation.

Each year we invite the Columbia and Stanford communities to submit proposals for Magic Grants. We look for ideas that are original and have the potential to bring true innovation in the media world. The Institute also awards fellowships. Brown Fellows are postgraduate or graduate students working towards engineering prototypes, creating innovative media products, or carrying out related research.

JOHN S. KNIGHT FELLOWSHIPS CELEBRATES 50 YEARS, KNIGHT FOUNDATION PROVIDES NEW SUPPORT

Since 1966, more than 900 people from all over the world have joined a community of Knight Fellows at Stanford. In 2016, the John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford celebrates its 50th anniversary, honors longtime director Jim Bettinger for his service and transitions to new director leadership under Dawn Garcia. The JSK program continues to foster journalistic innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership.

In 2014, Knight Foundation pledged new support to help JSK launch new initiatives to strengthen fellowship curriculum and boost the program’s impact across newsrooms.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE STANFORD DAILY AND STANFORD MAGAZINE ARCHIVES

STUDENT AWARD WINNERS

  • Caroline Chen: 2012 James Robinson Award for Student Journalists
  • Kate Abbott: 2012 James Robinson Award for Student Journalists
  • Kurt Chirbas: 2013 James Robinson Award for Student Journalists
  • Winston Shi: 2013 James Robinson Award for Student Journalists
  • Kylie Jue: 2014 James Robinson Award for Student Journalists
  • Ashley Westhem: 2014 James Robinson Award for Student Journalists
  • Erica Evans: 2015 James Robinson Award for Student Journalists

ALUMNI IN THE NEWS

TEACHING

Faculty who taught in the 2010s:

  • Jeremy Bailenson, 2003-2016, Virtual People; Advanced Topics in Human Virtual Representation; Media Processes and Effects
  • Henry S. Breitrose, 1963-1965, 1966-2015, Experiment in Broadcasting and Film; History of Film; Seminar in Broadcasting and Film
  • R.B. Brenner, 2010-2014, Public Issues Reporting; Digital Journalism; Magazine Journalism
  • Joel Brinkley, 2006-2014, Public Issues Reporting; History and Future of Journalism; Working in the Middle East
  • James Fishkin, 2003-2016, Deliberative Democracy and its Critics; The Dialogue of Democracy; Democratic Theory: Normative and Empirical Issues
  • Glenn Frankel, 2006-2010, Reporting, Writing, and Understanding the News; Magazine Journalism; Human Rights Journalism
  • Theodore L. Glasser, 1990-2016, Theory of Communication; Perspectives on Journalism; Press Ethics and Responsibility
  • Ann Grimes, 2005-2016, Digital Media Entrepreneurship; Reporting, Writing, and Understanding the News; Covering a Business Beat/Silicon Valley
  • James T. Hamilton, 2013-2016, Communication Policy and Regulation; Media Economics
  • Jeff Hancock, 2015-2016, Behavior and Social Media; Digital Deception; Language and Technology
  • Steve Hawk, 2015-2016, Environmental Journalism
  • Thomas Hayden, 2009-2015, Environmental Journalism
  • Shanto Iyengar, 1998-2016, The Press and the Political Process; Analysis of Political Campaigns; Campaigns, Voting, Media, and Elections
  • Jennifer Kahn, 2012-2013, Magazine Journalism
  • Jan Krawitz, 1988-2008, 2009-2016, Film Production; Introduction to Film and Video; 16mm Film Production
  • Jon Krosnick, 2003-2016, Research in Political Psychology; Survey Research Methods; Communication Research Methods
  • Azi Lev-On, 2009-2010,
  • Marion Lewenstein, 1975-1981, 1982-2016, Literature of the Press; Magazine Writing; Reporting Public Affairs
  • Geri Migielicz, 2010-2016, Multimedia Storytelling; Moving Pictures: How the Web, Mobile, and Tablets are Revolutionizing Video Journalism; Advanced Digital Media Production
  • Clifford Nass, 1986-2014, Communication, Technology, and Society; Interactive Communication Technologies; Theory of Communication
  • Dan Nguyen, 2014-2016, Public Affairs Data Journalism; Computational Methods in a Civic Sphere; Computational Journalism
  • Jennifer Pan, 2015-2016, Information Control in Authoritarian Regimes; Communication Research Methods; Big Data and Causal Inference
  • Nathaniel Persily, 2013-2016, Regulation of the Political Process; Constitutional Law
  • Cheryl Phillips, 2014-2016, Reporting, Writing, and Understanding the News; Public Affairs Data Journalism; Becoming a Watchdog: Investigative Reporting Techniques
  • Gary Pomerantz, 2007-2016, Sports Journalism; Reporting, Writing, and Understanding the News
  • Walter W. Powell, 2006-2012, 2013-2016
  • Byron B. Reeves, 1985-2007, 2008-2016, Mass Communication Theory; Communication Theory and Social Change; Theory of Communication
  • Howard Rheingold, 2005-2015, Digital Journalism; Virtual Communities and Social Media; Social Media Literacies
  • Donald F. Roberts, 1970-1997, 1998-2016, Developmental Communication; Theory of Communication; Communication and Children
  • Kristine Samuelson, 1983-1991, 1992-2016, Writing for Visual Media; Documentary Writing; Intro to Film and Video
  • Alice Siu, 2010-2011, 2013-2014, Deliberative Democracy and its Critics
  • Gaurav Sood, 2014-2015
  • Philip Taubman, 2012-2016, Need to Know: The Tension between a Free Press and National Security Decision Making
  • Fred Turner, 2003-2016, Digital Journalism; Digital Media in Society; Media Cultures of the Cold War
  • David Voelker, 2010-2016, Communication Research Methods; Content Analysis: Studying Communication Artifacts; Argumentation and Persuasion
  • Janine Zacharia, 2011-2016, Reporting, Writing, and Understanding the News; News Reporting and Writing Fundamentals; Public Issues Reporting

Course offerings in the 2010s:

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RESEARCH

Books by faculty in the 2010s:

PhD Research:

Class Year PhD Graduate Dissertation Topic
2010 Jesse Alison Fox The use of virtual self models to promote self-efficacy and physical activity performance
2010 Lori Donay Gauthier The false consensus effect: projection or conformity?
2010 Victoria Jane Groom Self extension into robots: an examination of variables that promote overlap in the concepts of self and robot
2010 Daniel Ryan Kreiss Taking our country back?: political consultants and the crafting of networked politics from Howard dean to Barack Obama
2010 Shailendra Ramineni Rao Presenting personalized recommendations: how interfaces should reveal what they know about users
2010 Vanessa Maria Vega Psychological processing of the fantasy-reality distinction in video media
2010 George Michael Weiksner Complicating the ideal of an informed citizenry
2011 Sun Joo Ahn Embodied experiences in immersive virtual environments: effects on pro-environmental attitude and behavior
2011 Michael Joseph Ananny A new way to think about press freedom: networked journalism and a public right to hear in the age of ‘Newsware’
2011 Seeta Pena Gangadharan Public matters in communication policymaking: the media ownership debate, 2002-2007
2011 Laura Ann Granka Media imagery and political choice: how visual cues influence the citizzen news diet
2011 Helen Frances Harris Emotion regulation for drivers: an exploration of variables that promote positive emotional states and safe driving
2011 Jiang Hu Effects of priming and work relationship on linguistic alignment in computer-mediated communication and human-computer interaction
2011 Katherine Janice Murray Breaking boundaries: a study of human-mobile interaction
2011 Joshua Michael Hirsh Pasek Communication through elections: three studies exploring the determinants of citizen behavior
2011 Gaurav Sood Learning from learning in deliberative polls: lessons for design of treatments that promote learning, and measurement of their impact
2012 Dean Griffin Eckles Identifying peer effects in online communication
2012 Yphtach Lelkes Essays in the measurement of public opinion
2012 Lise Meir Marken The spectacle of the self: the power of the press to make us be by telling us who we are
2012 Kathryn Yvonne Segovia Virtual imposters: responses to avatars that do not look like their controllers
2013 Morgan Golata Ames From MIT to Paraguay: a critical historical and ethnographic analysis of one laptop per child
2013 Nu Ri Kim Difference and democracy: encountering difference in democratic dialogues
2014 Yeon Kyoung Joo Mind matters: how an intelligent in-vehicle agent can help female drivers under stereotype threat
2014 Solomon Messing Friends that matter: how social transmission of elite dicourse shapes political knowledge, attitudes, and behavior
2014 Sean Westwood Partisanship and Prejudice in American Politics
2014 Ethan Plaut Committed Non-Communication Before and After Digital Media: A Study of the Will and Ways To Disconnect Under Changing Conditions
2014 Key Lee Matching Driver State with Persuasive Message in Cars: Effects on Pro-Environmental Attitude and Behavior
2015 Leo Yeykelis Using Motivational Cognition and Mood Management to Predict Media Content Pacing and Selection over Four Days of Media Multitasking
2016 Rui Wang Considered Opinions and Better Citizens: Public Spiritedness, Collective Decisions and Issues of Measurement

EMBEDDED JOURNALISTS

John S. Knight Fellows

fellows2010

  • Veronica Anderson, editor in chief, Catalyst Chicago

  • Justin Arenstein, publisher and CEO, African Eye News Service (AENS) and HomeGrown Magazines, Nelspruit, South Africa

  • Krissy Clark, contributing producer, American RadioWorks, American Public Media, San Francisco

  • Alfonso Cuellar, editor-in-chief, Semana magazine, Bogotá, Colombia

  • John Duncansenior consultant and head of predesign, Garcia Interactive, Tampa, Florida

  • Maureen FanFormer Beijing bureau chief, Washington Post

  • Andrew Finlaysondirector of digital content and business development, Fox Television Stations, Chicago

  • Marcus Herbertexecutive producer, Factual Programmes, British Broadcasting Corp., Glasgow, United Kingdom

  • Kim Mi KyungShinyoung Journalism Fellow
    senior reporter, Seoul Shinmun Daily, Seoul, South Korea

  • Teru Kuwayamafreelance photographer, New York

  • Christine Larsonfreelance writer, Sacramento, California

  • Peter Lewisfreelance editor and writer, Santa Fe, New Mexico

  • Lydia Limsenior political correspondent, The Straits Times, Singapore

  • Geoffrey McGheemultimedia editor, Le Monde Interactif, Paris, France

  • Martin PallaresKnight Latin American Fellow
    political editor, Diario El Comercio, Quito, Ecuador

  • Andrew Purvisformer Berlin bureau chief, Time Magazine

  • Paul RaduLyle and Corrine Nelson International Fellow
    freelance reporter and projects coordinator, the Romanian Center for Investigative Journalism, Bucharest, Romania

  • Susanne Rustreporter, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Gabriel Samasenior consultant, Innovation International Media Consulting Group, San Antonio, Texas

  • Nadia TrinidadYahoo! International Fellow
    senior correspondent, ABS-CBN Broadcasting Company, Manila, Philippines

fellows2011

  • Madhu AcharyaExecutive director, Antenna Foundation, Kathmandu, Nepal

  • Dan ArcherIndependent comics journalist, Mountain View, California

  • Beth Duff-BrownFormer deputy Asia editor for the Associated Press, Bangkok, Thailand

  • Adriano FaranoEntrepreneur, founder, OWNI U.S., Paris and Rome

  • Sahar GhaziFormer senior duty editor, DawnNews TV, Karachi, Pakistan

  • Paddy HirschSenior editor, Marketplace, American Public Media, Los Angeles, California

  • Angelo IzamaSpecial projects writer, Monitor Publications, Kampala, Uganda

  • Evelyn LarrubiaAssociate editor, Los Angeles Daily Journal, Los Angeles, California

  • Phuong LyFreelance writer, Chicago, Illinois

  • Gabriela MafortKnight Latin American Fellow, Editor and reporter, TV Globo/Globonews, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • Michael MarcottePublic media news consultant, Santa Barbara, California

  • Duncan McCueNational television news reporter, CBC, Vancouver, Canada

  • Jigar MehtaVideo journalist, affiliated with The New York Times, New York, N.Y.

  • Seda MuradyanLyle and Corrine Nelson International Fellow, Armenia branch editor/country director, Institute for War and Peace Reporting, Yerevan, Armenia

  • Wendy NorrisPublisher/editor, westerncitizen.com, Denver, Colorado

  • Di PinheiroEditions coordinator, The Wall Street Journal Americas, New York, New York

  • Jeremy Adam SmithEditor, Shareable.net, San Francisco, California

  • Jenka SoderbergNews director, KBOO Radio, Portland, Oregon

  • Hugo SoskinDocumentary producer, New York, New York

  • Karelia VázquezYahoo! International Fellow, Freelance writer, Diario El Pais (Madrid), Cuba and Spain

fellows2012

  • Teresa BouzaSenior correspondent, Agencia EFE, Washington, D.C.

  • Beth DaleyEnvironment reporter, Boston Globe, Providence, R.I.

  • Girma FantayeDeputy editor in chief, Addis Neger, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

  • Masood FarivarRadio journalist and manager, Kabul, Afghanistan

  • Deepa FernandesJournalist, founder, People’s Production House, New York, N.Y.

  • Justin FerrellDirector of digital, mobile and new product design, The Washington Post, Washington, D.C.

  • Michelle HolmesEditor, SouthtownStar and Joliet Herald-News, Tinley Park, Ill.

  • Hu BenLyle and Corrine Nelson International Fellow
    Journalist, Southern Weekend, Guangzhou, China

  • Aaron HueyContributing editor, Harper’s Magazine, Seattle, Wash.

  • Jorge ImbaquingoKnight Foundation Latin American Fellow, Managing editor, Diario Hoy, Quito, Ecuador

  • Liz Nielsen McClureNewsroom training editor, Seattle Times, Seattle, Wash.

  • Emad MekayFounder, editor and publisher, America in Arabic News Agency, Cairo, Egypt

  • T. Christian MillerSenior reporter, ProPublica, Washington, D.C.

  • Katy NewtonOnline journalist and interactive producer, San Francisco

  • Claudia NúñezInvestigative reporter, immigration and border issues, Los Angeles, Calif.

  • Djordje PadejskiFreelance investigative reporter; founder, Center for Investigative Reporting in Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia

  • Judith TorreaYahoo! International Fellow, Freelance journalist, blogger and author, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

  • Chloe VeltmanArts journalist and broadcaster, San Francisco, Calif.

  • Martyn WilliamsSenior correspondent, IDG News Service, Silicon Valley, Calif.

  • Anita ZielinaOnline journalist and strategist, Vienna, Austria

fellows2013

  • Adriana GarciaKnight Foundation Latin American Fellow, Business editor, Thomson Reuters, São Paulo, Brazil

  • Li XiaomingEnlight Foundation Fellow, Blogs director, Phoenix New Media, Beijing, China

  • Wilson LiévanoEditions coordinator, multimedia, The Wall Street Journal Americas

  • Michael LindenbergerTransportation writer, The Dallas Morning News

  • William McNultyDirector of maps, National Geographic Magazine, Washington D.C.

  • Musikilu MojeedManaging editor, Premium Times Services, Abuja, Nigeria

  • Attila MongLyle and Corrine Nelson International Fellow, Freelance writer and radio reporter, Budapest, Hungary

fellows2014

fellows2015

  • Najia AsharYahoo! International Fellow, Senior anchor and producer, Geo News, Karachi, Pakistan

  • Zena BarakatDesigner and storyteller, IDEO (as of July 2015), San Francisco

  • Charla BearAnchor and reporter, KQED Public Media, San Francisco

  • Donna BorakFederal reserve reporter, American Banker, Washington, D.C.

  • Carolina GuerreroKnight Foundation Latin American Fellow, Co-founder and executive director, Radio Ambulante, San Francisco

  • Lope Gutiérrez-RuizCo-editor and co-founder, Gopher Magazine, In-House International, Austin, Texas

  • Louis HansenEnterprise reporter, The Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Va.

  • Jeremy HayStaff writer, The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, Calif.

  • Cordelia HebblethwaiteLead writer, BBC Trending, London

  • Jing JiangEnlight Foundation Fellow
    Senior editor, Science and Technology Daily, Beijing

  • Anne KornblutDeputy assistant managing editor for national news, The Washington Post, Washington, D.C.

  • Yvonne LeowFreelance journalist, Palo Alto, Calif.

  • Izabela MoiKnight Foundation Latin American Fellow, Project coordinator, Mural Blog, São Paulo

  • Michael MorisyFounder, MuckRock, Boston

  • Beatrice MotamediFreelance writer/journalism teacher, Oakland, Calif.

  • Akoto Ofori-AttaSenior editor, Essencefestival.com, Brooklyn, New York

  • Dickens OleweLyle and Corrine Nelson International Fellow, Digital content manager, The Star Publications, Nairobi, Kenya

  • Christina PassarielloSenior reporter, The Wall Street Journal, Paris

  • Mariana SantosDirector of interactive and animation, Fusion, Miami

  • Anh Hoà TruongScience and technology freelance journalist, Menlo Park, Calif.

fellows2016

  • Oleksandr AkymenkoLyle and Corrine Nelson International Fellow, Publisher, platfor.ma, Kyiv, Ukraine

  • Nathalie AlvarayYahoo! International Fellow, Director of content, runrun.es, Caracas, Venezuela

  • Sarah AlvarezFormer senior producer and reporter, Michigan Radio, Ann Arbor, Mich.

  • Susie CagleIndependent reporter and illustrator, Oakland, Calif.

  • Jenée Desmond-HarrisFormer staff writer, Vox.com, Washington, D.C.

  • Jacob FentonFormer editorial engineer, Sunlight Foundation, Washington, D.C.

  • Liz GannesSenior editor, Re/code, San Francisco

  • Aaron GlantzVeterans reporter, The Center for Investigative Reporting, Emeryville, Calif.

  • Huawei LingEnlight Foundation Fellow, Managing editor, Caixin Weekly, Beijing

  • Astrid MaierTech editor, manager magazin, Hamburg, Germany

  • Tonya MosleyBroadcast contributor, Al Jazeera America, Seattle

  • Kristen MullerSenior managing editor, Southern California Public Radio, Los Angeles

  • Jacqueline ParkExecutive director, The Walkley Foundation, Sydney

  • Daniela PinheiroKnight Foundation Latin American Fellow, Senior reporter, Revista Piauí, Rio de Janeiro

  • Tracie PowellFounder and editor, All Digitocracy, Washington, D.C.

  • Naomi StarkmanFounder and editor-in-chief, Civil Eats, Sonoma County, Calif.

  • Matilde SuescunDirector, digital, community empowerment initiatives, Univision, Miami

  • Craig TimbergNational technology reporter, The Washington Post, Washington, D.C.

  • Subramaniam VincentManaging director/editor-in-chief, Oorvani Media, Bangalore, India

Hoover Institution Media Fellows

  • Noam Scheiber, New Republic
  • Amy Sullivan, Washington Monthly
  • Fred Barnes, Weekly Standard
  • Eric Schmitt, New York Times
  • Peter Green, Bloomberg
  • Steve Thomma, McClatchy News
  • David Whitman, U.S. News and World Report
  • Elise Labott, CNN
  • Noam Scheiber, The New Republic
  • Howard Dickman, Wall Street Journal
  • Christine Chen, Freelance
  • Lynn Rosellini, Reader’s Digest
  • Duncan Curry, National Review Online
  • Glenn Garvin, Miami Herald
  • Ann Marlowe, Freelance
  • Sue Mullin, Miami Herald
  • Caroline Baum, Bloomberg News
  • Mark Lasswell, Wall Street Journal
  • Edward Glazarev, New York Daily News
  • Gabriel Schoenfeld, Witherspoon Institute in Princeton
  • Jo Becker, New York Times
  • Josh White, Washington Post
  • Brian Carney, Wall Street Journal
  • Helene Cooper, New York Times
  • Nina Fudala, Director of Media at the United States Studies Centre, University of Sydney, Australia
  • Linda Kulman, Freelance
  • William Murchison, Creator’s Syndicate
  • Danylo Berko, Washington Post
  • Libbie Copeland, Washington Post
  • Jochen Arntz, Berliner Zeitung
  • Nathan Thornburgh, Time Magazine
  • Thomas Edsall, Huffington Post
  • Barton Gellman, Washington Post
  • Dafna Linzer, Washington Post
  • Jim Barnes, National Journal
  • Bret Stephens, Wall Street Journal
  • Howard Dickman, Wall Street Journal
  • Dick Meyer, National Public Radio
  • Mara Liasson, National Public Radio
  • John Podhoretz, New York Post
  • Joe Rago, Wall Street Journal
  • Ta-Nehisi Coates, Time Magazine
  • Amanda Ripley, Time Magazine
  • Mark Mazzetti, New York Times
  • Terence Samuel, The Root–Washington Post
  • Ann-Kathrin Eckardt, Sueddeutsche Zeitung
  • James Kirchick, New Republic
  • Shailagh Murray, Washington Post
  • Shankar Vedantam, Washington Post
  • Judy Pasternak, Freelance
  • Romesh Ratnesar, Time Magazine
  • Nathan Thornburgh, Time Magazine
  • Josef el Mahdi, Svenska Dagbladet
  • Susan Lund, National Public Radio
  • Neil King, Wall Street Journal
  • Nicholas Schmidle, Freelance
  • Rick Atkinson, Washington Post
  • Shankar Vedantam, Washington Post
  • Bobby Ghosh, Time Magazine
  • Dan LeDuc, Washington Post
  • Cristina Aby-Azar, Wall Street Journal
  • Scott Johnson, Power Line (blog)
  • Richard Starr, Weekly Standard
  • Elizabeth Harper, NewsHour with Jimm Lehrer
  • Melanie Kirkpatrick, Wall Street Journal
  • Dennis Wheaton, Chicago Magazine
  • Joe Palca, National Public Radio
  • Eric Lichtblau, New York Times
  • Howard Mortman, C–SPAN
  • Karl Vick, Washington Post
  • Howard Dickman, Wall Street Journal
  • Thomas Edsall, New York Times
  • Tom Rosenstiel, Journalism.org
  • John Shaw, Market News International
  • Michael Shear, New York Times
  • Mindy Steinman, National Public Radio
  • Frank Lockwood, Arkansas Democrat Gazette
  • Peter Scoblic, New Republic
  • Sacha Zimmerman, Aspen Idea
  • Gerard Baker, Wall Street Journal
  • Lauren Etter, Wall Street Journal
  • Andrew Ferguson, Weekly Standard
  • Yochi Dreazen, National Journal
  • Deborah Amos, National Public Radio
  • Daniel Foster, National Review
  • Markos Kounalakis, freelance
  • Matt Lait, Los Angeles Times
  • Deroy Murdock, Scripps Howard
  • Jon Decker, Reuters
  • Ryan Lizza, New Yorker
  • Nick Schulz, America Magazine
  • Tom Curry, MSNBC
  • Jon Keller, CBS Boston
  • John Judis, The New Republic
  • Allison Silver, Politico
  • Jeffrey Frank,
  • Dan Gross, Yahoo! Financial News
  • Robert Morton, Washington Times
  • Gary Cohn, Huffington Post
  • Brooke Gladstone, National Public Radio/WNYC
  • Fred Kaplan, Slate
  • Holly Bailey, Yahoo! News
  • Barbara Jung, FOCUS
  • Jack Leonard, Los Angeles Times
  • Jeff Birnbaum, Washington Times
  • Nick Schulz, America Magazine
  • Liza Featherstone, The Nation
  • Doug Henwood, The Nation
  • Caitlin Gibson, Washington Post
  • Scott Higham, Washington Post
  • Thomas DeFrank, NY Daily News
  • Trudy Rubin, Philadelphia Inquirer
  • Dan Gross, Newsweek
  • Bay Fang, Freelance
  • Stephen Braun, Associated Press
  • Deborah Needleman, Wall Street Journal
  • Jacob Weisberg, Slate
  • Alison Gee, People Magazine
  • Bobby Ghosh, Time Magazine
  • Mike Pride, Concord Monitor
  • Jon Cohen, Washington Post
  • Anne Kornblut, Washington Post
  • Cyrus Farivar, Freelance
  • Michael Freedman, Newsweek International
  • Joan Biskupic, USA Today
  • Shankar Vedantam, Washington Post
  • Sari Horwitz, Washington Post
  • Loretta Tofani, Freelance
  • Justine Gubar, ESPN
  • Amity Shlaes, Council on Foreign Relations
  • Autumn Brewington, The Washington Post
  • Blake Hounshell, Foreign Policy
  • Karl Vick, Time Magazine
  • Peter Baker, New York Times
  • Susan Glasser, Foreign Policy
  • Dick Meyer, BBC
  • Chuck Babington, Associated Press
  • Andrea Bernstein, WNYC
  • Linton Weeks, National Public Radio
  • Neil King, Wall Street Journal
  • Hampton Sides, freelance
  • Terence Samuel, American Prospect
  • Daniel Schulman, Mother Jones
  • Sarah Blustain, New Republic
  • Daniel Max, New Yorker
  • Jeff Jacoby, Boston Globe
  • Bill Gertz, Washington Times
  • Eric Lipton, New York Times
  • Djordje Padejski, Serbian journalist
  • Joe Rago, Wall Street Journal
  • Peter Kellner, YouGov
  • Daniel Wattenberg, Washington Times
  • Romesh Ratnesar, Time Magazine
  • Nicholas Schmidle, freelance
  • Randy Yagi, San Francisco Examiner Online
  • Eleanor Hall, Australian ABC Radio
  • Micki Maynard, Changing Gears
  • Jeff Smith, Washington Post
  • Mark Mazzetti, New York Times
  • Michael Moynihan, Reason Magazine
  • Glenn Reynolds, blogger
  • Stephen Braun, Associated Press
  • Victor Matus, Weekly Standard
  • Judy Pasternak, freelance
  • Bobby Ghosh, Time Magazine
  • Josh Green, Atlantic
  • Jason Zengerle, Gentleman’s Quarterly
  • Annika Berge, Reggie Dale
  • Emad Mekay
  • Steven Xu, Economist
  • David Kaplan, Fortune
  • Tim O’Brien, New York Times
  • Don Lambro, Washington Times
  • Adam Nagourney, New York Times
  • John Batchelor, Batchelor Show
  • Mary Kissel, Wall Street Journal
  • Robert Draper, Gentleman’s Quarterly
  • Gary Rivlin, New York Times
  • Doug McGray, freelance
  • Mark Preston, CNN
  • Howard Mortman, C-SPAN
  • James Traub
  • Rick Young, PBS
  • Howard Dickman, Wall Street Journal
  • Dustin Stephens, Fox News
  • Nathan Thornburgh, Time Magazine
  • Leslie Kaufman, New York Times
  • William McGurn, News Corporation
  • Kristen Mack, Chicago Tribune
  • Arieh O’Sullivan, Media Line
  • Brett Decker, Washington Times
  • Peter Goodman, New York Times
  • Djurdja Jovanovic Padejski, Serbian journalist
  • David Segal, New York Times
  • Nicholas Thompson, New Yorker
  • John Jeter, This American Life
  • Shankar Vedantam, NPR
  • Matt Kaminski, Wall Street Journal
  • Mark Lasswell, Wall Street Journal
  • Eric Alterman, Nation
  • Howard Dickman, Wall Street Journal
  • Karl Vick, Time Magazine
  • Dennis Berman, Wall Street Journal
  • Adam Sommers, New York Daily News
  • Fraser Nelson, The Spectator
  • Carl Cannon, Real Clear Politics
  • Bob Drogin, Los Angeles Times
  • Jim Carroll, Louisville Courier-Journal
  • Helene Cooper, New York Times
  • John Judis, New Republic
  • Thomas DeFrank, New York Daily News
  • Stefan Thiel, Newsweek Germany
  • Sarah Wildman, American Prospect
  • Jack Farrell, iWatch News
  • James Panero, New Criterion
  • Charles Savage, New York Times
  • Shankar Vedantam, Time Magazine
  • Thomas Donlan, Barron’s
  • Will Hutchinson, New York Daily News
  • Ianthe Dugan, Wall Street Journal
  • Edward Glazarev, New York Daily News
  • Jon Cohen, Washington Post
  • Anne Kornblut, Washington Post
  • Joseph Epstein, columnist
  • Andrew Ferguson, Weekly Standard
  • Bernard Goldberg, CBS News
  • Nathan Thornburgh, Time Magazine
  • Paul Sperry, Investor’s Business Daily
  • Teru Kuwayama, freelance
  • Spencer Ackerman, The Guardian
  • Binyamin Appelbaum, New York Times
  • Ryan Avent, The Economist
  • Kate Bachelder, Wall Street Journal
  • Fred Barnes, Weekly Standard
  • John Batchelor, John Batchelor Show
  • Steve Beckner, Market News International
  • John Berry, The International Economy Magazine
  • Tom Bevan, Real Clear Politics
  • Patrick Brennan, National Review
  • Carl Cannon, Real Clear Politics
  • Lou Cannon, Real Clear Politics
  • Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune
  • Rob Cox, Reuters
  • Michael Crowley, Time Magazine
  • Pedro da Costa, Wall Street Journal
  • Howard Dickman, Wall Street Journal
  • Ken Dilanian, Los Angeles Times
  • Geoff Dyer, Financial Times
  • Michelle Fields, PJ Media
  • Allysia Finley, Wall Street Journal
  • Bill Gertz, Washington Free Beacon/ Washington Times
  • Bobby Ghosh, Time Magazine
  • Robin Harding, Financial Times
  • Kathleen Hays, Bloomberg Radio
  • Fred Hiatt, Washington Post
  • Jon Hilsenrath, Wall Street Journal
  • Mark Hosenball, Reuters
  • Blake Hounshell, Politico
  • Charles Hurt, Drudge Report
  • Greg Ip, The Economist
  • Neil Irwin, New York Times
  • Michael Isikoff, NBC News
  • Aki Ito, Bloomberg
  • Carrie Johnson, National Public Radio
  • Terry Jones, Investor’s Business Daily
  • Brianna Keilar, CNN
  • Mary Kissel, Wall Street Journal Live
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  • Don Lee, LA Times
  • Mara Liasson, NPR
  • Steve Liesman, CNBC
  • Wes Mann, Investor’s Business Daily
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  • Mark Mazzetti, New York Times
  • Megan McArdle, Bloomberg View
  • John McCormack, Weekly Standard
  • Greg Miller, Washington Post
  • Jay Newton-Small, Time Magazine
  • Mary O’Grady, Wall Street Journal
  • Walter Pincus, Washington Post
  • John Podhoretz, Commentary Magazine
  • Steve Portnoy, ABC News Radio
  • Mark Preston, CNN
  • Reihan Salam, National Review
  • Ann Saphir, Reuters
  • Scott Shane, New York Times
  • Alexis Simendinger, Real Clear Politics
  • Andrew Stiles, Washington Free Beacon
  • Dana Stuster, Foreign Policy
  • Margaret Talev, Bloomberg News
  • John Tamny, Real Clear Markets
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  • Jon Ward, Huffington Post
  • David Warsh, Economic Principles
  • Jamie Weinstein, Daily Caller
  • Bari Weiss, Wall Street Journal
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  • Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune
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  • Jackie Kucinich, Daily Beast
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  • Mark Preston, CNN
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  • Avik Roy, Forbes
  • Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post
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