The CIA leak case that may come to a close this week seems to reverse the relationship between reporters and confidential sources. We’ll talk about the case and some of the questions it raises about press protections and The New York Times.

Guests

  • Geneva Overholser Curtis B. Hurley Chair in Public Affairs Reporting, Missouri School of Journalism. She is former editor of the "Des Moines Register" and former ombudsman for the "Washington Post."
  • Bill Kovach Founding chairman of the Committee of Concerned Journalists, and former Washington bureau chief for the New York Times
  • Tom Rosenstiel Director of the Project for Excellence in Journalism

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