Alex Jones

Director of Harvard's Shorenstein Center on the Press


Director of the Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University; 11-year veteran reporter on the media for the New York Times, and 1987 Pulitzer Prize-winner; co-author of two books about family-owned newspaper dynasties, the Binghams of Kentucky, who lost theirs, and the Sulzbergers, who still own the New York Times

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