By Estelle Erasmus
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I did an interview with Kyle Pope, the Editor and Publisher of the Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) for the podcast, ASJA Direct: Inside Intel on Getting Published and Paid Well, about the state of publishing, the first amendment, and opportunities writing for CJR.
Here is his bio:
Kyle Pope is Editor and Publisher of the Columbia Journalism Review at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Before joining CJR, he held top posts at The Wall Street Journal, where he spent a decade as an editor and foreign correspondent, at Condé Nast, and at The New York Observer. His work has been published in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The New Republic and elsewhere. In the summer of 2017, he testified before Congress’s Judiciary Committee on threats to the press.
The podcast is an ASJA member’s benefit but is available to nonmembers for a fee. I highly recommend you check out the podcast on the ASJA Store found here.
In this interview, I asked Kyle about the following issues:
Also, check out previous podcast interviews on the ASJA store (free for ASJA members, and a fee for nonmembers) with Beth Dreher, features director for Woman’s Day and Sari Botton, Essays Editor for Longreads. Both will be speaking at the ASJA Conference May 18-19. See my interviews with them for this site, here and here.
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