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Articles from Nieman Reports (January 1, 2014)

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"Access is overrated": the New Yorker's Jane Mayer, winner of the 2013 I.F. Stone Medal for Journalistic Independence, on the adversarial nature of reporting. Interview 1252
"Seven Days" that shook Canada: Tom Regan, NF '92, reflects on the legacy of fellow Canadian Douglas Leiterman, NF '54, who helped develop "60 Minutes". In memoriam 370
4 headlines that will restore your flagging faith in journalism: or at least explain what Upworthy means for the future of online content. Benton, Joshua Column 590
A conversation and a box of Kleenex: Lea Thau explains the editorial and emotional processes behind live storytelling. Thau, Lea 851
A Matter of conviction: Lyons award winner Pamela Colloff's investigations into murder cases have led to overturned convictions. 257
A Native of Nowhere: Ryan Brown explores the career and troubled life of South African journalist Nathaniel Nakasa, NF '65. Book review 1691
Alagi Yorro Jallow. Brief article 123
Andrea McCarren. Brief article 131
Celebrating 75 years: more than 400 Nieman fellows and affiliates gathered in Cambridge. Conference notes 512
Christine Chinlund. Brief article 181
Clear and present danger: the NSA, surveillance and the threat to press freedom. King, Geoffrey 2018
Cold, hard facts to cold, hard cash. Hearn, Lorie Column 815
Command and control. Mooney, Paul Essay 2742
Commerce & corruption: notes toward all independent, commercially viable news organization. Shuli, Hu Column 1043
Eluding the "ministry of truth". Henochowicz, Anne Cover story 398
Emily O'Reilly. Brief article 107
Follow the money: investigative reporting principles that apply in the U.S. apply in China, too. Barboza, David Column 632
Giannina Segnini was recognized for journalistic excellence with a Gabriel Garcia Marquez Prize for Journalism in November. Brief article 108
Keeping the faith: George Abraham, NF '95, offers an immigrant perspective in Canada. Brief article 243
Kirsty Milne. Brief article 186
Make an Entrance: "The Gates of Harvard Yard," an iBook by Blair Kamin, NF '13, profiles Harvard's 25 portals. 385
Master of the craft: at the Nieman Foundation's 75th anniversary reunion, Robert A. Caro discussed the art of political biography with fellow Nieman Anne Hull. Hull, Anne Interview 2954
Moral hazard: are the linguistic tricks Chinese journalists use to express their opinions just another form of self-censorship? Xiao, Yang Column 1026
Nicholas Daniloff. Brief article 113
Nieman's new Visiting Fellows. 463
Nimble with numbers: how the nonprofit Chicago Reporter is using data and digital journalism to cover race and poverty. Richardson, Susan Smith Company overview 1344
Season of Dreams: the latest round of Nieman applications reveals that journalists around the world share common concerns and ambitions. Lipinski, Ann Marie 856
Stand and deliver: telling a story on the stage, not the page. Corchado, Alfredo Brief article 335
Stories to live by: giving voice to people who've never spoken up. Lupsa, Cristian 779
Technology, transparency and traditional media: how Weibo and Wechat are breaking the information monopoly. Changping, Luo Column 591
Telling Malala's story: Christina Lamb, NF '94, on getting to know the girl behind "I Am Malala". 417
The future is ours: how Hispanic media have moved out of niche markets and into the mainstream. Wides-Munoz, Laura 1693
The secret life of keywords: online and database searches a reporting tool. Gang, Qian Column 1047
Thomas J. Dolan. Obituary 127
Under pressure: China's market-oriented media face a precarious future. Yong, Hu Column 523
Up close and personal: China as journalist's dream statistician s nightmare. Osnos, Evan Column 974
Ying Chan. Brief article 132

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