Jeremy Scahill spoke to a group of young journalists at the Campus Progress Journalism Training Summit about the future of journalism and the need for
August 15, 2010

Jeremy Scahill spoke to a group of young journalists at the Campus Progress Journalism Training Summit about the future of journalism and the need for more young people to pursue quality reporting and not just the "info-tainment" that passes itself off for journalism in the media today.

You can watch the entire segment in C-SPAN's video library here.

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I'm sure Jeremy Scahill and the work he's doing over at The Nation is part of that "professional left" that Robert Gibbs was carping about last week.

Here's part two of the speech. The Q & A segment is very good as well. If you've got an hour to spare watch the whole thing.

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