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December 7, 2007

Poll: Where do you get your election news?
Where do you receive most of your news on the 2008 presidential candidates?
November 2, 2007

Is the Internet the antidote to media consolidation? by Rick Karr
Correspondent Rick Karr on the Internet's role in the modern media landscape.
Minority Media
BILL MOYERS JOURNAL reports on the real-world consequences of media policy through the lens of how it affects minority media ownership in America.
Takin' It To the Streets -- A Bill Moyers Essay
Bill Moyers asks why the news media is overlooking today's protestors
Topic(s): Iraq, journalism, Vietnam, war
July 20, 2007

Viewer Mail
Bill Moyers highlights viewer comments, questions and suggestions.
July 6, 2007

Story Updates: Libby, Eagles, Trade and more
Updates on stories previously covered by BILL MOYERS JOURNAL.
June 22, 2007

Investigative Journalist Ken Silverstein
Washington Editor of HARPER'S Magazine, Ken Silverstein, discusses his latest article in which he ventures undercover to reveal the inner-workings of the Washington lobbying world.
June 15, 2007

The Libby Pardon
A Bill Moyers Essay on the justifications and consequences of a presidential pardon of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby
June 8, 2007

Ask Christian Parenti
Journalist Christian Parenti answers questions about Afghanistan.
May 4, 2007

Carlo Bonini and the Yellowcake Affair
Bill Moyers sits down with Carlo Bonini, Italy's foremost investigative reporter, on his role in uncovering the "yellowcake" forgeries prominent in Iraq pre-war intelligence.
April 27, 2007

A Tribute to David Halberstam
Bill Moyers pays tribute to journalist David Halberstam.
Bill Moyers: On the Record
Bill Moyers responds to questions about some in the White House press corps' dissatisfaction over the way we portrayed the Presidential press conference of March 6, 2003.
Blogging for Truth: Josh Marshall
Popular political blogger Josh Marshall from gives the Journal his perspective on the role of politics in the recent firings of federal prosecutors.
Jon Stewart
The Daily Show's Host: Why do so many get their news and analysis from his fake news show?
Open-Source Journalism
Blog discussion of the uses of collaboration on the internet by journalists and others.
April 26, 2007

Landay and Strobel Talk Back
McClatchy reporters Jonathan Landay and Warren Stobel answer viewer questions submitted after the broadcast of "Buying the War."
April 25, 2007

Bill's Column: John Walcott Speech
John Walcott, Washington Bureau Chief of Knight Ridder's speech in which he wrestles with how the Iraq war was mishandled:
Buying the War
How did the mainstream media get it so wrong in the lead up to the Iraq War?
Buying the War: Additional Interviews: David Albright
David Albright is a physicist, is President of the Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) in Washington DC. in his position as a former Iraqi weapons inspector and director of ISIS, he was a source for many in the media during the run up to Iraq.
Buying the War: Additional Interviews: Kristina Borjesson
Kristina Borjesson is a journalist and editor of INTO THE BUZZSAW: LEADING JOURNALISTS EXPOSE THE MYTH OF A FREE PRESS (2002)) and FEET TO THE FIRE: The Media After 9/11, Top Journalists Speak Out.
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