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When on campus our special guest will take questions about how the New York Times
and its digital platform group are responding to the constant attacks by White House
staff and President Donald J Trump.

Faculty in the SJSU School of Journalism and Mass Communications
are proud to present David Streitfeld with the William Randolph Hearst Foundation Award
for outstanding professional journalism. They will invite his views on a wide range 
of timely global issues and Silicon Valley concerns.

He was part of the newspaper team awarded journalism's top honor,
the Pulitzer Prize, for Explanatory Reporting “for its penetrating look into business
practices by Apple and other technology companies that illustrates the darker side
of a changing global economy.” He won his first "Best in Business" award from the
Society of American Business Editors and Writers for his investigation of fake online
reviews, and his second for an in-depth look (written with Jodi Kantor) at Amazon’s
employment practices. The Amazon story drew more comments than any
story in New York Times digital history.

Previously, Streitfeld worked for the Los Angeles Times and,
before that, the Washington Post. He has written for New York, Vogue, Wired
and other magazines. He is also the editor of books about Gabriel
Garcia Marquez, Philip K. Dick and J.D. Salinger.

Hearst Award / JMC School Presentation Handout

See: David Streitfeld NY Times Stories

 Video: Streitfeld's NY Times boss recently on CNN
Executive Editor on Donald Trump's attacks.

JMC School "Equal Time" Special Report
2/21: Journalism roundtable discussion about President Trump's
attacks on major news outlets including the New York Times.

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