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Baltimore, Maryland 21231
Phone: 443-287-9960 | Fax: 443-287-9920

September 13, 2005
(410) 516-4186

Journalist Bill Marimow to Speak at Johns Hopkins

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bill Marimow will speak at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 22, in the Eisenhower Room of the Johns Hopkins Club on the Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus.

The title of his talk is "NPR, Investigative Reporting, and the Future of Newspapers."

Marimow is managing editor at National Public Radio, where he oversees national and Washington news and investigative reporting and is also the newsroom's liaison to NPR.org.

Prior to his joining NPR, Marimow spent 34 years in newspaper journalism, including four years as editor and six years as managing editor of the Baltimore Sun. During his years at The Sun, the paper won Pulitzer Prizes for feature writing, investigative reporting, and beat reporting. As an investigative reporter at the Philadelphia Inquirer from 1972 to 1987, Marimow won Pulitzer Prizes in 1978 and 1985. In spring 2005, he was part of an NPR team that won the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for domestic radio reporting.

The talk is part of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies' Press and Public Policy Seminar Series, which spotlights the common ground between those who study and those who report on domestic policy issues. The lecture is free and open to the public; however, reservations are requested due to limited seating. RSVP to: ksottak@jhu.edu.

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