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The Exchange
9:00 am
Wed November 12, 2014

Harold Holzer's 'Lincoln And The Power Of The Press'

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Abraham Lincoln is most often remembered for preserving the Union, abolishing slavery, and his untimely death. But—a less- documented aspect of Honest Abe’s legacy, according to scholar Harold Holzer, was the extent of his involvement with the press, which, at the time, was coming into its own as a strong, partisan force in shaping public opinion.

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The Exchange
9:00 am
Thu September 11, 2014

On The Media's Brooke Gladstone: Media Literacy, ISIS, And 9/11

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With an ever-changing media landscape, it can be increasingly difficult to parse out from the news who’s right, who’s wrong, and why it matters. We’ll get Gladstone’s perspective, from the role of social media in news consumption, to the blurred lines between reporting and advertising.

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The Exchange
9:00 am
Tue October 8, 2013

150 Years Of The New Hampshire Union Leader

The day after elections
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Started as the Manchester Daily Union, the Union Leader grew to be the state’s largest newspaper. Over the past century and a half it has had its challenges- from criticism by some for its conservative slant, to facing the financial struggles of many mid-sized papers.  We’re taking a look at the legacy of the Union Leader.

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The Exchange
9:00 am
Wed May 29, 2013

The News On Newspapers

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Newsrooms are shrinking across the country – including in the Granite State, which has seen several of its own daily papers struggling. The Internet continues to challenge traditional methods for gathering and delivering news, and many wonder if the daily paper can survive. However, some organizations are coming up with new approaches and finding ways to thrive.

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North Country
3:02 pm
Mon May 13, 2013

The Little Newspaper That Could

Charlie Jordan outside his home and the Colebrook Chronicle office
Sean Hurley

While most newspapers are downsizing, outsourcing, assimilating or outright folding, there’s a newspaper in the North Country that’s flourishing. Two weeks ago the Colebrook Chronicle opened a new business office in downtown Colebrook. As Sean Hurley reports, business at the Chronicle has never been better.

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All Things Considered
5:22 pm
Wed January 2, 2013

Nashua Telegraph Hopes To Keep "Voice" of Area If Sold

We’re starting 2013 with a big story in New Hampshire media – the owners of the Nashua Telegraph, the second largest daily in the state, are putting that newspaper up for sale.

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