CNBC correspondent to speak at Florida State
John Harwood, the chief Washington correspondent for CNBC, will present a lecture, "Fragmented Politics, Fragmented Media: Challenges to American Journalism," next week at Florida State University. The lecture is part of the FSU College of Social Sciences and Public Policy's Laird B. Anderson and Florence H. Ashby Lectureship on Public Policy Journalism series. It will take place:
TUESDAY, FEB. 7
3:30 – 5 P.M.
CLAUDE PEPPER CENTER
636 W. CALL ST.
In addition to his work at CNBC, Harwood is a political writer for The New York Times. He also provides political analysis on NBC's "Meet the Press," and oversees The Wall Street Journal/NBC News Poll. Following his graduation from Duke University in 1978, Harwood joined the St. Petersburg Times, reporting on police, local government and politics, as well as working on investigative projects. Later he became the paper's state capital correspondent in Tallahassee. In 1991, he joined The Wall Street Journal as White House correspondent, covering the George H.W. Bush administration and, subsequently, Congress. In 1997, he became the Journal's political editor.