2012 Pulitzer Prize seminar: "Holding Up the Mirror"

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Six leading journalists told how their work alerted society to grave problems and won 2012 Pulitzer Prizes. Speaking to a capacity crowd at the Columbia Journalism School on Oct. 16, 2012, they delved into the origins of their stories and shared reporting tips and techniques. The panel was moderated by Sheila Coronel, Director of the Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism.

Part 1: Introduction of panelists

Part 2: The Philadelphia Inquirer - Violence in public schools
Panelists: Susan Snyder and Mike Leary

Part 3: The Seattle Times - The deadly embrace of a painkiller
Panelist: Michael J. Berens

Part 4: The Denver Post - Hidden wounds of struggling veterans
Panelist: Craig F. Walker

Part 5: Associated Press: Controversial Spying by New York Police
Panelists: Matt Apuzzo and Eileen Sullivan

Part 6: General Q & A