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Journalism? via WBUR and NPR's On Point with Tom Ashbrook by Wen
Stephenson on 10/29/08
Can serious journalism be saved — by bloggers? We’ll ask The Atlantic’s
Andrew Sullivan, The New Yorker’s Nicholas Lemann, and Daily Beast
chief Tina Brown.


Andrew Sullivan, a senior editor at The Atlantic and author of the
widely-read blog The Daily Dish. His essay “Why I Blog,” in which he
foresees a new “golden era for journalism,” appears in The Atlantic’s
November issue. He’s a former editor of The New Republic and author of
several books, most recently “The Conservative Soul: How We Lost It,
How To Get It Back.”

Nicholas Lemann, dean of Columbia University’s Graduate School of
Journalism and a regular contributor to The New Yorker. In 2006 he
wrote an essay for The New Yorker on blogging and online journalism
titled “Amateur Hour.” His most recent book is “Redemption: The Last
Battle of the Civil War.”

Tina Brown, founder and editor in chief of The Daily Beast. She is the
former editor of Tatler, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, and Talk
magazines, and is the author of “The Diana Chronicles.”

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