Monday, February 12, 2007

  • EXCLUSIVE: Imprisoned Journalist Josh Wolf Speaks Out from Jail After Over 170 Days Behind Bars


    Josh Wolf, 24, has spent almost six months in jail, more time than any journalist in U.S. history for protecting his sources. He was jailed on August 1 of last year when he refused to turn over video that he had shot of an anti-G8 demonstration in San Francisco to a federal grand jury. [includes rush transcript]

  • News War: Secrets, Sources & Spin


    Frontline producer Raney Aronson discusses the new documentary series examining the relationship between the Bush administration and the press. [includes rush transcript]

  • Attorney Martin Garbus on "The New Supreme Court and What It Means for Americans"


    We speak with famed First Amendment lawyer Martin Garbus about his new book, "The Next 25 Years: The New Supreme Court and What It Means for Americans." Garbus says, "When it comes to questions of journalism, questions of the First Amendment, questions of privilege and questions of investigative reporting, this Supreme Court is going to be very anti-media." [includes rush transcript]