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After the Blackout, Gov. Cuomo tells WCBS’s John Metaxas, Con Ed “can be replaced.”

July 22, 2019

New Yorkers measure their lives by blackouts. I experienced my fourth* on Saturday July 13th, anchoring live coverage of the West Side Blackout on WCBS Newsradio 880. The evening brought me back to the 1965 blackout when I was 7 growing up in Manhattan, the 1977 blackout as a college student at Columbia during the […]

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These “Grumpy Liberals” are Elevating Journalism in the Time of Trump

March 21, 2019

John Metaxas speaks with Paul Glastris, editor in chief of the Washington Monthly, along with two of the publication’s editors, Daniel Block and Eric Cortellessa, about their quest to elevate journalism in this stressful time. Labelling his point of view, “grumpily liberal,” Paul says the Washington Monthly, now celebrating its 50th anniversary, remains devoted to […]

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Using Modern Media for the Common Good: John Metaxas speaks with TheVJ.com’s Michael Rosenblum

February 16, 2019

John Metaxas speaks with Michael Rosenblum, the self-proclaimed “Father of Videojournalism” who has trained more than 40,000 VJs and built VJ-driven networks worldwide. In a wide-ranging talk on the history of media, Michael recounts his career, from his time living with and covering a Palestinian family in Gaza during the First Intifada to his current […]

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The Life of a Journalist …

November 4, 2018

Award winning journalist John Metaxas speaks on “The Life of a Journalist and the Obligations of a Citizen in the Time of Trump.” John touches on his time covering Trump at ABC News and CBS, the saga of Marvin Roffman, the importance of truth, his studies with Fred Friendly, the lessons he teaches his college […]

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