Edited by Even Cornog, Elizabeth Spayd, Victor S. Navasky, and the Editors of the Columbia Journalism Review
For more than fifty years, the Columbia Journalism Review has been the gold standard for media criticism, holding the profession to the highest standards and exploring where journalism is headed, for good and for ill.
Columbia Journalism Review Books expands upon this mission, seeking to publish titles that allow for greater depth in exploring key issues confronting journalism, both past and present, and pointing to new ways of thinking about the field’s impact and potential. Drawing on the expertise of the editorial staff at the Columbia Journalism Review as well as the Columbia Journalism School, the series of books will seek out innovative voices and reclaim important works, traditions, and standards. In doing this, the series will also incorporate new ways of publishing made available by the Web and e-books.