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New York Open Center
83 Spring Street
New York, New York 10012

Ph. 212-219-2527-138

Media Contacts:
Alessandra Gregory


Censorship In The Media - Friday, Feb. 3 Kristina Borjesson, Author Of Feet To The Fire: The Media After 9/11, To Lecture At New York Open Center

Friday, February 3, 2006, the New York Open Center presents an evening lecture by Kristina Borjesson, author of Feet to the Fire: The Media After 9/11 -Top Journalists Speak Out.

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NEW YORK/EWORLDWIRE/Jan. 30, 2006 --- Friday, February 3, 2006, the New York Open Center will present an evening lecture by Kristina Borjesson, author of Feet to the Fire: The Media After 9/11 – Top Journalists Speak Out.

Borjesson’s new publication delves further into the question of honest and open reporting and breaks new ground through its use of exclusive one-on-one interviews with America’s most distinguished journalists and media executives. With each new, candid and revealing conversation, Borjesson has gathered devastating details from national security and intelligence reporters, White House journalists, Middle East experts and war correspondents. These conversations combine to provide a hair-raising view of the mechanisms, by which the truth has been manufactured post 9/11.

Borjesson’s interviews include ABC’s Ted Koppel, Hearst Newspaper’s Helen Thomas, Paul Krugman of the New York Times, Barton Gellman and Walter Pincus of the Washington Post, NPR’s Deborah Amos, Associated Press President/CEO Tom Curley and Harpers publisher John MacArthur. The evening will offer an experience of walking a mile in the shoes of these powerful journalists and the stressful, often manipulated environments in which they must operate.

WHAT: Feet To The Fire: The Media After 9/11, Evening lecture with Kristina Borjesson

WHEN: Friday, February 3, 7 p.m.

WHERE: 83 Spring Street (between Broadway & Lafayette)

PRICE: New York Open Center Members $16 / Nonmembers $18

To Register or learn more about this event, visit www.opencenter.org, or call 212-219-2527 x2

About Kristina Borjesson

Kristina Borjesson is the editor of Into the Buzzsaw, the highly acclaimed exposé of American investigative journalism, and winner of both the National Press Club’s Arthur Rowse Award for Press Criticism, and the 2005 Independent Publisher Book Award for Best Book in the Current Events category. Emmy and Murrow Award-winning investigative reporter, Borjesson has also worked for CBS and CNN.

About The New York Open Center

The New York Open Center has been providing lectures, performances, training, tours and more to the metropolitan community since 1984. The Center’s programs – more than 600 annually - span the topics of holistic health, psychology and personal growth, sustainable living, spiritual inquiry, ecology and environment, and social and cultural issues. A new "Institute for Advanced Study" also offers graduate degrees and professional training in integrative health and bodywork, psychology, education and society. In addition, the Center’s headquarters on Soho's Spring Street, offers massage and bodywork services, a public meditation room, an art gallery and a bookstore featuring books from Eastern, Western and Indigenous Spiritual Traditions.

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Alessandra Gregory
New York,New York 10012
212-219-2527 ext.138

KEYWORDS: Media Watch, Investigative, Journalism, Ron Suskind, Democracy, Free Press, John Walcott, Jonathan Landay, Warren Strobel, Bart Gellman, Jim Bamford, David Martin, CBS, Anthony Shadid, Juan Cole, Blog, Christopher Hedges, Hannah Allam, Kristina Borjesson,

SOURCE: New York Open Center


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