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Slow Burn: a podcast series about Watergate

April 20, 2018 | By Jim Stovall | No Comments | Filed in: history, journalism, podcasting.

If you lived through the Watergate crisis (1972-1974), you probably remember a lot about what happened and about the major characters, such as John Dean, Richard Nixon, John Ehrlichman, etc. And you probably remember how it felt to have a new development in the story just about every day. It was an interesting, often thrilling, • Read More »

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Cearing his Deep Throat

May 19, 2013 | By Jim Stovall | No Comments | Filed in: history.

Word comes today that the secret to one of the great politico-journalistic mysteries has been revealed: the identity of Deep Throat. It was Mark Felt, assistant director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation during the Nixon administration. This is an important revelation, and not just to those of us who have followed the Watergate story from its very beginning. Watergate was the last great newspaper story, one that certainly would not have happened in the same way in our current media environment.

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