Mark Jurkowitz
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Mark Jurkowitz became The Boston Globe media writer in 1997, after spending two years as the paper's ombudsman. Prior to that, he spent seven years as media critic for The Boston Phoenix and author of its "Don't Quote Me" column. Jurkowitz began his journalism career at the Tab Newspapers where he served a two-year stint as editor. He spent a number of years as a talk radio host, appearing on WRKO, WHDH, and WBZ and is a regular panelist on the weekly “Beat the Press” program on Boston's PBS outlet, WGBH-TV. Jurkowitz teaches media ethics at Northeastern University and Tufts University.


Lectures:

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flag New Roles for Established Media
as author at  MIT World Series: Media and the Election: Is our Democracy Working?,
together with: Stephen Van Evera (moderator), Amy Mitchell, Alex Jones,
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flag The Emerging Mediascape
as author at  MIT Communications Forum,
together with: Jeffrey Dvorkin, David Thorburn,
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