Newseum Unveils New Journalism Artifacts

The artifacts are central to two prominent and recent incidents involving press freedom in the United States.
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Washington Post Editor Martin Baron Receives Al Neuharth Award

The award, which honors lifetime achievement in the media, was presented to Baron last evening at the Newseum.
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Pioneering Journalist’s Story Told for the First Time

Lowell Thomas

Journalism professor and Newseum historian Mitchell Stephens to publish a biography of newscaster Lowell Thomas.
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Newseum’s ‘Today’s Front Pages’ Exhibit Goes Dark

WithoutNews

On Monday, as part of its #WithoutNews campaign, the Newseum also recognized journalists who died covering the news in 2016.
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Newseum Rededicates Its Journalists Memorial

The memorial will be updated with the names of 14 journalists who died in pursuit of the news in 2016.
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2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning Work Now Featured at Newseum

2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning Work Now Featured at Newseum

Visitors can see prize-winning photography by Daniel Berehulak and E. Jason Wambsgans, as well as Jim Morin’s editorial cartoons.
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Newseum to Rededicate Its Journalists Memorial During June 5 Ceremony

The memorial will be updated with the names of 14 journalists who died in pursuit of the news in 2016.
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Newseum Selects May’s Top 10 VR Videos

Visitors can experience virtual reality videos from CNN, National Geographic, “Saturday Night Live” and more.
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NewseumED Pilots Fake News Class at Palo Alto High School

Palo Alto High School in Palo Alto, Calif.

The class, developed with student input, is aimed at improving students’ media literacy.
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Newseum Program Marks the JFK Centennial

Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe

On the centennial of his birth, leading historians gathered at the Newseum to discuss President Kennedy’s legacy.
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