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Making News

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

The reporters of the Associated Press have been on the scene of every breaking news story of the past 160 years, as chronicled in a new book called Breaking News. AP vice president and managing editor Mike Silverman, photographer Richard Drew, and staff writer Richard Pyle will tell us how the organization has remained a global news authority from the days of carrier pigeons right through the age of the internet.

Guests:

Richard Drew, Richard Pyle and Mike Silverman
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