On October 16, 1995 Executive Director of the Pew Center for Civic Journalism, Ed Fouhy, participated in a radio roundtable discussion on civic journalism. WAMU, a public broadcaster in Washington, D.C. aired the show on the nationally syndicated Diane Rehm program.
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Little light is shed on an issue when the story is framed within the context of conflict.
Civic journalists look to the public to initiate the public policy agenda.
Civic journalism applies to news coverage without compromising fairness and objectivity.