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By Sara Fischer, CNN
There’s a lot to discuss ‘Reliable Sources’ this Sunday with our guest host, author and editor Joanne Lipman. Lipman is a former editor at the Wall Street Journal and Conde Nast and is co-editor of the forthcoming, “Strings Attached.”
We’ll start with the recent outbreak of violence in Egypt, speaking live with CNN’s Senior International Correspondent Arwa Damon and getting reaction from the Washington Post's Rajiv Chandrasekaran and Middle East and North Africa Program Coordinator at the Committee to Protect Journalists, Sherif Mansour.
Also on the show, we’ll invite panelists Michael Calderone & Edward Felsenthal to weigh in on next week’s launch of Al Jazeera America and what challenges the new cable network may face.
While the rise of digital innovation of newspapers, we’ll ask Founder of Verifeed, Melinda Wittstock and principal technology columnist for the Wall Street Walt Mossberg, about how new technology will change the news gathering process, including the use of crowdsourcing.
Adding to the conversation about technology and journalism, we’ll sit down with Editor-in-Chief of USA Today David Callaway to discuss the digital future of print in light of Jeff Bezos’s purchase of The Washington Post.
And, we’ll chat with Public Editor of the York Times, Margaret Sullivan, about her role at the newspaper and the importance of media ombudsmen.
Lastly, as the President rounds out his vacation in Martha’s Vineyard, we’ll speak with CNN’s White House Correspondent Dan Lothian about the President’s remarks about Egypt from Massachusetts and the media coverage of his trip.
Tune in Sunday morning at 11am ET.