My American University colleague Charles Lewis with a team of partners has launched a fascinating new multi-media initiative called “Investigating Power,” which features oral history interviews with the country’s great investigative journalists, reflecting on their careers and their stories. The initiative was launched last night with an event at the National Press Club and Lewis discussed the project in an interview with NPR this morning. Below Lewis offers more on the project. Make sure you spend time at the site, watching top journalists from Bob Woodward to Lowell Bergman discussing their craft, the big stories, and their careers.
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