On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the station on TVN24, we are continuing a series of talks with outstanding figures of world politics, culture, science and sport. The journalist Marty Baron will be the guest of the Sunday episode. The program “Conversations for the 20th anniversary” will be hosted by Marcin Wrona, starting at 8 pm on TVN24 and TVN24 GO.
We invite great personalities of world politics, culture, science and sport who rarely give interviews to the “Conversations for the 20th anniversary” series. Together, we will consider what challenges the modern world is facing, what has changed in Poland and in the world since TVN24 started broadcasting. Where are we today and where are we going as people, as societies, as states, as a European community and, finally, globally, as the world. The 20th anniversary of TVN24 is an opportunity to stop and look at current affairs and challenges from a different perspective and in a wider context.
He will be a guest of the newest episode of “Conversations for the 20th anniversary” Marty Baron. Former editor-in-chief of The Washington Post, who published the official Democracy Dies in Darkness slogan in 2017, meaning “Democracy dies in the dark.” The legendary editor-in-chief of The Boston Globe at a time when 20 years ago a group of investigative journalists exposed the biggest pedophile scandal in the American church. It is about them and about him that the movie “Spotlight” was made, which won two Oscars and over 30 other film awards. Marty Baron has won six Pulitzer Awards in his journalistic career. He retired in February this year. Marcin Wrona talked with him about why democracy dies in the dark, who and why cares about it, and finally about the challenges faced by the media today, also in Poland. The beginning of the conversation on TVN24 i TVN24 GO at 20.
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