Columbia Journalism School

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NEWS ARCHIVE:  2013  2012  2011  2010

Year-round programming including panels, broadcast interviews, film and video screenings, and more are produced in partnership with the University and other media and journalism institutions. These events highlight established and emerging news leaders and trends across diverse disciplines. 

 

EVENTS| March 2014

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DuPont winner Alex Blumberg from NPR's Planet Money is the inaugural guest of our new series "The duPont Talks," one-on-one interviews with past award winners. Hear about great journalism, and why "ignorance is your biggest ally." See the full hour and watch excerpts. Read more »

3/18/14 | INTERVIEW

NBC News Assistant Investigative Producer and former duPont fellow Monica Alba tells current duPont fellow Patricia Guerra about following your passion and making the transition from student to working journalist. Read more »

EVENTS | Winter 2014

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Hear from award-winning reporters who share how they found their stories and the impact that their reporting has made on local, national and global levels, reporters covering breaking news or investigations, and documentary filmmakers taking on social issues in feature-length films. Read more »

2014 duPont Jury Weekend

The duPont-Columbia University Awards jury members met for three days to decide what will be honored as the best in broadcast, documentary and digital reporting with 2014 duPont Awards. Read more »

9/18/13 BLOG

Screening for the 2014 Alfred I duPont-Columbia University Awards got underway this morning with the annual Screening Review Board Meeting – a second level of screening before the jury convenes at the end of October. Read more »

7/10/13 | BLOG

For the first time, the duPont Awards sponsored a student fellowship to the June 2013 Flaherty Seminar for documentary filmmakers. Jeng-Tyng Hong, a documentary concentrator here at Columbia, attended the seminar and reported back impressions. Read more »

6/14/13 | BLOG

On May 30th, we co-hosted a meetup with ONA-NYC on "The Future of Documentary Storytelling." June Cross, a duPont Jury member and CJS professor, moderated the discussion with our panelists Adnaan Wasey, Barak Goodman, Ingrid Kopp and Shola Lynch. Read more »

5/20/13 | INTERVIEW

Shayla Harris won a duPont-Columbia Award in 2008 for her work on the Dateline NBC special "The Education of Ms. Groves." duPont fellow Sana Bég spoke with her recently to talk to her where her career has taken her since then and advice she has for other journalists. Read more »

EVENTS | Spring 2013

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DOCUMENTARY SCREENINGS: Join the duPont Awards at Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism for three outstanding documentary films: "The Invisible War" directed by Kirby Dick; "Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry" by Alison Klayman; and "Taxi to the Dark Side" directed by Alex Gibney. Screenings are free and open to the public. They will be held at the Journalism School in the third floor Lecture Hall. Read more »

EVENTS | Winter 2013

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Hear from award-winning reporters who share how they found their stories and the impact that their reporting has made on local, national and global levels, reporters covering the conflict in Syria, and documentary filmmakers taking on social issues in feature-length films. Read more »

EVENTS | FALL 2012

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Examining innovative reporting and new digital journalism tools through looking at coverage of the 2012 Election. Read more »

EVENTS | Spring 2012

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A special anniversary event held in Washington D.C. with political correspondents looking at the 2012 Elections; Coming soon: ONA NYC meetup for Online Video Journalism... Read more »

EVENTS | Winter 2012

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Hear from multimedia producers, investigative reporters and editors who will share how they found their stories and the impact that their reporting has made on local, national and global levels. Read more »

EVENTS | Fall 2011

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In the first all-class lecture for the 2011-2012 academic year, Emily Bell of the Tow Center will moderate a conversation with four journalists on how they use technology and digital media to tell stories. Read more »

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