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CSPAN
Apr 28, 2017 12:12pm EDT
-called fake news and the role of free press in democracy. you'll hear today from reporters from cnn, nbc, and univision. it just got under way a few minutes ago. live coverage. >> it is a pro truth position. only 14% of republicans saying they trust the news media this year. so i want to bring back our panel to talk more about this, and most importantly talk about what journalists, what commentators, what we can all do in the media to get those numbers back up. every day we can either regain people's trust or lose even more of it. >> a few days ago i called the fake news the enemy of the people, and they are. they are the enemy of the people. >> panelists, please join me. so, we have the pleasure of the winners in our national categories winning for individual achievement in national journalism, jorge ramos, jake tapper, and katy tur. and the winner for national network news program is cnn's "reliable sources" with host brian stelter. you just welcomed them warmly, but why not do it again? [ applause ] in a little while they'll be given their trophies and we'll have a chance to thank and
CSPAN
Apr 29, 2017 8:50pm EDT
category to come up and grapple with questions about trust and legitimacy, about take news and real journalism, about the assault on free press in an age of all truth. then we will serve lunch. we will invite each of our winners to come up and accept their awards. joining me to present them will be my colleague at the annenberg school judy muller and my colleague at the annenberg center at the university of pennsylvania. extinct if you are as in accepting your awards as you are on the air, we will get you out of here in time to get back to work or to travel home or to pick up your sequins and cummerbund at the dry cleaners. introduce our panel, i want to show you some clips from their winning entries in the context of walter cronkite's legacy. signoff --signature that is the way it is -- of that there-- avows is a way it is. it attests to the existence of reality. the reality of truth. the truth of evidence. but why do these values matter? what difference does excellence in television political journalism make? >> we are not well educated enough to take our leaders. we have to impro
CSPAN
Apr 29, 2017 2:05am EDT
and legitimacy about fake news and im, about the assault on the free press in an age of all truth. then, we'll serve lunch. yes, we'll actually feed you and invite the winners to come up and accept their awards. joining me to precept them will usche colleague at the annenberg school judy mueller and the colleague at the annenberg public policy center at the university of pennsylvania, kathleen jamison. are sussrs, if you sect in accepting you're ward as you are on the air, we'll git out of here in time to get back to work or to travel home or to and cumberr sequence at the dry cleaner. panel, iroduce the want to show you clip interests the winning in in there context of walter cronkite's legacy. sign-off, signature that is the way it is. avows that there is a way it is. it attests to the existence of reality, the reality of truth, the truth of evidence. why did these values mat smer excellenceence does in television political journalism make? >> so we're not educated well essary to perform the nec act of sleek our leaders for the future. we have got to improve that going to bend i
CSPAN
Apr 28, 2017 10:07pm EDT
health news editor and rosenthal.beth we'll discuss the recent piece in "the new york times" magazine. be sure to watch c-span's journal live saturday morning. join the discussion. >> next, a look at the state of the news media with jake tapper and brian stelter of cnn, nbc's katy tur and jorge ramos. they talk about the importance of accurate news reporting and impact. the pale ins received the 2017 walter cronkite award for journalce and political prism the usc annenberg school in southern california. this is just over an hour. >> god afternoon. >> good afternoon. >> good afternoon. >> there are some people for whom good afternoon is a cue and youre are others for whom if can hear me, clap. i think we are good. good afternoon. good afternoon. welcome. welcome to the ninth biannual walter cronkite awards for excellence in television political journalism. i am marty caplan. i am on the faculty of the annenberg school for come mun kissing and journalism at the southerny of california, i am the director of er, whichn leer cent has administered these awards oute walter cronkite
CSPAN
Apr 28, 2017 5:39pm EDT
live coverage at 9:30 eastern. cnn's jake tapper and nbc katy tur on the state of the news media. they talk about covering president trump, the importance of accurate news reporting and impact of social media. the panelists are recipients of he 2017 walter cron kite award in political television. this is just over an hour. >> good afternoon. ood afternoon. hello. there are some people for whom good afternoon is a cue and others if you can hear me, clap. i think we're good. jorge: good afternoon and welcome to the ninth bienial alter cronkite award for excellence in television journalism. i'm marty kaplan and on the faculty for school and journalism at the university of southern california, where i'm the director of the norm lear center, which has administered these awards since walter cronkite gave out the first one here in washington in 2001. if you are with us on c-span or facebook live, welcome to you, too, from the national press club in washington. if you are watching to see the proposal dresses and movie stars or absence of them, that's the other media gathering in washingt
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