Meet Pulitzer winners via Webcast & phonecast TODAY, noon ET

Looks interesting – from Columbia's Sree Sreenivasan. The archive looks great too!

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Am hosting this today at noon ET: a webcast & phonecast about the Pulitzer Prizes with Prof. Sig Gissler, Pulitzer administrator, and some winners of this year's prizes – details below. Please share widely!

You can listen live via the phone or web; or later, via the web or iTunes.

SAMPLE TWEET: Join @ColumbiaJourn for #Pulitzers webcast w/admin @sgissler, winner @sallykestin & others, 1pm ET: #cjsm

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LISTEN LIVE OR LATER TO A RECORDING: You can also call-in live via phone, Skype, etc: +1-646-915-9583 (to listen or ask questions) or

Columbia Journalism School and BlogTalkRadio present… The 2013 Pulitzer Prizes: A conversation with Prof. Sig Gissler (@SGissler), Pulitzer administrator and some winners of this year’s prizes, including Public Service winners Sally Kestin (@SallyKestin), investigative reporter, and John Maines, database editor, of the Sun-Sentinel: ; as well as National Reporting winner Elizabeth McGowan, reporter on "The Dilbit Diaster" for Inside Climate News: . See all the winners at * Call-in live to this conversation with Prof. Sree Sreenivasan or send your questions to sree at or via Twitter to @columbiajourn or @sree. See 80+ J-school webcasts at

SAMPLE TWEET: Join @ColumbiaJourn for #Pulitzers webcast w/admin @sgissler, winner @sallykestin & others, 1pm ET: #cjsm

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We have more than 80 webcasts in our BlogTalkRadio archives – here are the three classics from the collection:

==>       RECORDED VERSION: Meet Ira Glass, creator, host and producer of WBEZ’s “This American Life.” Columbia Journalism School (@ColumbiaJourn) presents a conversation with legendary radio producer Ira Glass. Glass will discuss his career in public radio, what he looks for in a narrative, the changes taking place in public radio and the future of This American Life. If you have any questions you’d like Ira to answer contact Alexander Hotz, alum and Digital Media Associate at or tweet him at @hotzington. Moderated by Hotz (@hotzington) & Prof. Sree Sreenivasan (@sree). LISTEN TO A RECORDING:

==>       RECORDED VERSION: #Jan25: A Year Later: On the anniversary of the
start of the Egypt protests on January 25, 2011, we host a conversation with local & international correspondents & experts about the turbulent events and look ahead about what's ahead for the Middle East and North Africa. [alum] Abeer Allam, Saudi correspondent for Financial Times [@abeerallamFT]; [alum] Ahmed Al-Omran, blogger focused on Saudi & Syria/NPR [@ahmed]; [alum] Rawya Rageh, Egypt/Iraq correspondent, AJE [@RawyaRageh]; [alum] Rebecca Santana, Iraq Bureau Chief, AP [@ruskygirl]; Tamer El-Gobashy of WSJ [@TamerELG]; [alum] Ahmed Shihab-Eldin, co-host/producer, AJE/The Stream [@ASE]; Jigar Mehta, creator of #18daysinEgypt collaborative doc project [@jigarmehta]; Jillian C. York, Director of International Freedom of Expression at the Electronic Frontier Foundation/blogger [@jilliancyork]; Bobby Ghosh, former Baghdad bureau chief and now World Editor, Time [@ghoshworld]


==>     RECORDED VERSION: Columbia Journalism School presents a conversation
with Class of 1998 alum Tom Rachman, author of one of the most popular books of the last 16 months, "The Imperfectionists." Set in a fictional English-language newspaper in Rome, the novel has received rave reviews worldwide, including being put at the top of NYT book reviewer Janet Maslin's list of top 10 books of 2010. See more at

http:  // or connect with him on Facebook: http:  // * "This book is so good I had to read it twice
simply to figure out how he pulled it off… hilarious and heart-wrenching." – Christopher Buckley, New York Times Book Review. LISTEN TO A RECORDING:


HOW TO LISTEN VIA iTUNES: The sessions are archived for easy replay via web link and for optional downloading as MP3 files and into iTunes: The audio webcasts are also available as downloadable MP3 files for your personal collection and on-the-go listening. If you want to subscribe to these as podcasts on iTunes, go to "Advanced" within iTunes, then select "Subscribe to podcast" and type in and hit OK. Or, just go type in "ColumbiaJournalism" (one word, no quotes) in the regular iTunes search box. Or just go directly to feed://

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cheers, sree

Prof. Sree Sreenivasan | | | @sree
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