November 30, 2011 - Three members of the Pulitzer Prize winning Los Angeles Time journalism team talked about their experiences investigating the city of Bell and the opinions of journalism as an industry.
The conversations was cosponsored by the Pulitzer Prizes and the John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford University. The Knight Fellowships work closely with journalists to encourage creativity and entrepreneurship in the media.
John S Knight Journalism Fellowships
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