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Virginia’s Washington and Lee University is hosting its 54th Institute on Ethics in Journalism with a “keynote address” by the New York Times’ David Carr, according to a news release on its website.  According to the press release:

“The title of Carr’s talk, which is free and open to the public, is ‘From Stone Tablets to Digital Ones: New Media, New Rules.'”

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 Carr’s talk is Oct. 19 at 5:30 PM.

Three years ago, New York Times plagiarist and fabricator Jayson Blair spoke at the university’s institute, as iMediaEthics wrote at the time.

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Washington & Lee University Holding Institute in Ethics in Journalism, Talk by David Carr

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