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Revolutions are televised by Arab journalists
Summer 2011
The world watched people rise up this year against dictators and authoritarian regimes across the Middle East and northern Africa, their protests aired by satellite television and the Internet. In Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Bahrain, and oth...
Categories: Journalism, Communication
Tags: Revolutions, Television broadcasting, Broadcasting, Arab world

60 minutes with Don Hewitt
Fall 2008
This spring, while a reporter from a Spokane TV station sat face to face with 60 Minutes creator Don Hewitt, two Washington State University communications students waited quietly in the hall for their turn with the television legend. Jamie Gro...
Categories: Communication
Tags: Television broadcasting

Killing the messenger
Fall 2002
Christiane Amanpour, chief international correspondent for CNN, received the 2002 Edward R. Murrow Award for Distinguished Achievements in Broadcasting May 23 from the Murrow School of Communication. Amanpour, who has been covering the Israel-Pale...
Categories: Awards and honors
Tags: Television broadcasting

It's in the blood
Spring 2002
“There I was [in May 1980], focused on completing my last month at WSU, and Mount St. Helens erupts,” recalls Kathi Goertzen ’80. “I spent the next few weeks basically living at the KWSU studio, not only reporting the news aspects, but als...
Categories: Alumni, Communication
Tags: Television broadcasting, Journalism

Peter Van Sant Thrives on a "48-Hour" Day
Winter 2001
SEASONED CBS NEWSMAN Peter Van Sant hasn’t seen it all. But he hasn’t missed much either.In 16 years with CBS News, the award-winning correspondent has covered presidential campaigns, the space program, and the airline industry. He ...
Categories: Communication, Alumni
Tags: Television broadcasting