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Diederich Ideas | "Solutions Journalism: The Whole Story"

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Published on Feb 12, 2014

"Diederich Ideas" is an Emmy-winning public affairs program produced by students of the Diederich College of Communication at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconson. This episode, focusing on how to advance journalism so that it doesn't only focus on problems and personalities, occurred on Oct. 10, 2013.

Moderator: Aaron Maybin, junior journalism major, Diederich College, and news director, Marquette University Television (MUTV).

Panelists: David Bornstein and Tina Rosenberg, co-authors of the "Fixes" column for The New York Times; George Stanley, vice president and managing editor, and Meg Kissinger, investigative reporter for health and welfare, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; Hal Bernton, The Seattle Times and 2013-14 O'Brien Fellow.

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