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August 22, 2008

Web Exclusive: Tiger Temple Blogger
Tiger Temple" as Zhang Shihe is known on the Internet, publishes his blog "24 Hours Online" from Beijing, speaking out about the plight of the displaced, the abuse of migrant workers, and the growing environmental problems plaguing the country.
June 27, 2008

EXPOSE on THE JOURNAL: Worker Safety
EXPOS? and THE JOURNAL go inside America's poultry industry, which employs almost a quarter million workers nationwide, to show the reality of working conditions and to investigate how official statistics showing a drop in workplace injuries may have been the result of deceptive reporting.
June 6, 2008

McClellan, the Media and the War
There's nothing new in Scott McClellan's book about the propaganda campaign or the role of the press in selling the war, so why is it such big news? Journalists Jonathan Landay and John Walcott of McClatchy newspapers and Greg Mitchell of EDITOR & PUBLISHER analyze the reaction of the administration and the media to McClellan's book.
May 2, 2008

Christopher Cerf and Victor Navasky
Victor Navasky and Christopher Cerf's new book MISSION ACCOMPLISHED looks back at what the experts told us would happen in Iraq.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson
Our political analyst returns to take stock of the never-ending primary season.
Mission Accomplished?
It has fallen to the White House Press Secretaries to defend and explain President Bush's May 1st landing on the USS Abraham and the controversial "Mission Accomplished" banner.
April 18, 2008

Leila Fadel
Just back from being under fire in Sadr City this week, award-winning journalist Leila Fadel, Baghdad Bureau Chief for McClatchy, gives viewers on-the-ground analysis of the latest events and close-up look at the state of the war.
March 28, 2008

If It Bleeds, It Leads
The Kerner Commission and the media — then and now.
March 21, 2008

Q and A with Ellen Spiro
Ellen Spiro, Co-Director/Co-Producer and Cinematographer of BODY OF WAR talks about documentary filmmaker.
March 7, 2008

Producer's Note from Marc Shaffer
Marc Shaffer talks about the two shows he has produced on earmarks for the EXPOSÉ: AMERICA'S INVESTIGATIVE REPORTS.
SEATTLE TIMES Reporter David Heath Answers Your Questions
DAVID HEATH, an investigative reporter at THE SEATTLE TIMES, answered viewer questions posed after the airing of a report on earmarks from EXPOSÉ: AMERICA'S INVESTIGATIVE REPORTS on the JOURNAL.
February 29, 2008

Web Exclusive: Rick Karr on Government Secrecy
Are muckrakers and whistleblowers facing insurmountable odds?
February 22, 2008

Ask the Reporter and Producer
SEATTLE TIMES reporter David Heath and EXPOSÉ Producer Marc Shaffer take questions on the blog.
The broadcast profiles SEATTLE TIMES reporters on the trail of how members of Congress have awarded federal dollars for questionable purposes to companies in local Congressional districts—often to companies whose executives, employees or PACs have made campaign contributions to their legislators.
January 11, 2008

Kathleen Hall Jamieson -- Post New Hampshire Analysis
What now? Our campaign expert looks behind the post-New Hampshire headlines.
January 4, 2008

Dennis Kucinich
The Democratic candidate on the race and the media.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson on Life After Iowa
Campaign analyst Kathleen Hall Jamieson on life after Iowa.
December 21, 2007

Web Exclusive Update: The FCC Vote
Producer Peter Meryash and Correspondent Rick Karr analyze the recent FCC vote and discuss what's next.
December 14, 2007

Massing of the Media - FCC Update
A report on the debate around relaxing ownership rules and a look at the real-world implications of increasing cross-ownership of newspapers and broadcast outlets in the same markets.
December 7, 2007

New Media, Political Discourse, and the 2008 Elections
What do you think? How is new media impacting the 2008 Presidential race? Will Internet activism be an effective way to marshal votes in primaries and elections? Is new media a net positive or negative for the nation’s political discourse?
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