June and I are here on the first night of the Georges Conference. Dinner is over and we’re enjoying Charlie Sennott, former Boston Globe Reporter and now Executive Editor of the Global Post, over dessert.
The message is optimistic for a change. Journalism is not dead. I believe I heard the room—full of college journalists—let out a collective sigh of relief.
Mr. Sennott wants to know: when did you first decide that journalism is what you wanted to do?