Edward Wasserman, an authority on the ethics, evolution and ownership of the news media, is dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley. He received his PhD in media politics and economics from the London School of Economics in 1980. He writes a nationally and internationally distributed biweekly column published in the Miami Herald and numerous other outlets, sharing his takes on journalistic issues ranging from political campaign coverage and plagiarism to WikiLeaks. Wasserman worked as a reporter and editor at newspapers in Maryland, Wyoming, and Florida.
ARTICLES FEATURING EDWARD
That Fine Line Between Hero and Traitor: What Can We Learn from the Snowden Disclosures?
In After Snowden, six legal and media experts explore the ramifications of Snowden’s conduct and the legal landscape that has led to the NSA’s practices....