The winners and runners-up of the 2019 Lukas Prizes will be announced on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. The awards will be presented at a ceremony on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, at the Nieman Foundation in Cambridge, Mass.
Betsy West, Fred W. Friendly Professor of Professional Practice in Media and Society, and Julie Cohen ('89 M.S.), documentary filmmaker and television news producer, share the five lessons they learned while making the Oscar nominated documentary about the life of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The Beat is an interview series with the Journalism School's postgraduate fellows that educates the public on how deeply reported investigations are made. Bridget Hickey, '18 M.S., talks about her recent collaboration with The New York Times on a story about McKinsey and Company, one of the world's most influential management consulting firms.
The endowed center will help strengthen the ethics curriculum required for all Master of Science students. It will allow the Journalism School to further equip emerging journalists with tools to address the ethical and security dilemmas faced in modern newsrooms.
The Delacorte Review is the Journalism School's latest publication dedicated to providing readers with new, original works of ambitious narrative nonfiction, often by writers they are reading for the first time. And second, allowing our readers to discover how those stories came to be told.
The Beat is a new interview series that offers aspiring Columbia Journalism School students insight into what it’s like to produce deeply reported stories for the Journalism School’s postgraduate fellowship program.
As data has grown as a driver of reporting, so too have legal concerns regarding the accuracy of information, acceptable methods of information gathering and what is considered proprietary information. This report from the Columbia Journalism Review examines these emerging concerns as well as shifts and gray areas in the law.
This year’s winners are leading coverage of Washington developments, they are hosting the most-listened to radio news show, they have spent half a century delivering quality investigative journalism and they are reporting in English and Spanish.