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Former Washington Post Ombudsman Michael Getler remembers Ben Bradlee, the extraordinary and courageous editor who led and guided the Post for 26 years.
Bradlee appointed the first ombudsman at the paper, saying “he wanted to be open with readers and show that the paper could take a punch, when it got something wrong, as well as throw a punch.”
A new report from the Committee to Protect Journalists shows that hundreds of journalists have been murdered and more than 1,000 have died in just a little more than two decades.
ONO’s 2014 annual conference took place in Hamburg, Germany from May 4 – 7.