Alan Murray, President of the Pew Research Center, discusses Pew's annual 'State of the News Media' report.
Pew Research Center President Alan Murray and former Reagan Budget Director David Stockman discuss with WSJ's Jerry Seib their impressions on whether Barack Obama convinced the American public and a difficult Congress of his agenda. Photo: Getty.
The Wall Street Journal publishes 25-30 videos a day, and the majority of them are produced by the paper's reporters, according to Deputy Managing Editor Alan Murray. As part of a strategy to integrate online video with the reporting, The Journal trains reporters on a regular basis in New York and San Francisco to use Sony HDR-HC9 cameras.This is more evidence that multi-platform reporting is an increasingly necessary skill for today's journalists.
The Commitments -- The travails of Jimmy Rabbitte to form the 'World's Hardest Working Band,' The Commitments, and bring soul music to the people of Dublin, Ireland.
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