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Vanessa Gezari

Managing Editor of the Columbia Journalism Review

Vanessa Gezari on KCRW

With a fiery news conference this week, and the information - true or not - flowing into newsrooms, journalists are having to adjust to the incoming Trump administration.

The Power and the responsibility of the press

With a fiery news conference this week, and the information - true or not - flowing into newsrooms, journalists are having to adjust to the incoming Trump administration.

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