2007 - 2009 Video Library

Newspaper Wars, November 13, 2009
Ronnie Agnew, executive editor of The Clarion-Ledger and Otis Sanford, editorial page editor of The Commercial Appeal discuss the battle between City Hall and the city room.

A Conversation with Charles Eagles, September 18, 2009
The author of "The Price of Defiance: James Meredith and the Integration of Ole Miss" discusses his new book.

The First Amendment Tested and On Trial, September 2009
Three renowned First Amendment scholars discuss the lasting strength of one of the most important parts of America's constitution.

Capture the Moment, May 2009
The Overby Center's powerful exhibit of Pulitzer-Prize-winning photographs is introduced in a public program led by Charles L. Overby, chairman and CEO of the sponsoring Freedom Forum.

Covering the Civil Rights Movement, May 2009
An all-star panel of journalists and authors, including Tom Brokaw, Sander Vanocur, Hank Klibanoff and Bill Minor re-live their experiences while covering the Civil Rights Movement.

Is Labor on the Rise? April 2009
University of Mississippi Journalism Professor Joe Atkins, a statewide columnist and author of the recently published book Covering for the Bosses: Labor and the Southern Press, moderates a panel discussion featuring labor leaders and pro-business attorneys.

A Conversation with Mayor Richard Howorth, March 2009
Mayor Richard Howorth reflects on his eight-years in office, leading the City of Oxford through a tremendous period of growth and change.

First Congressional District Forum, October 2008
Democratic Representative Travis Childers and Republican Greg Davis, candidates for the First Congressional District Seat from Mississippi discuss the important issue of the campaign. Jonathan Scott of the Oxford Eagle moderates the event.

Covering the Debate, September 2008
Veteran journalists Curtis Wilkie, Tom Oliphant and Matthew V. Storin talk of their experiences with past presidential debates and give tips on covering the 2008 debates.

The Campaign Moves South, 2008

Cynthia Tucker, November 2007
Atlanta Journal-Constitution Editorial Page Editor and 2007 Pulitzer Prize Winner for Commentary Cynthia Tucker discusses progress made in the South over the past three decades. Hosted by The Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics and the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at The University of Mississippi. Fall 2007

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