Following are audio selections from The Bucknell Forum National Correspondents Panel held Thursday, Oct. 18, in Trout Auditorium.

Will the 2008 presidential election be a referendum on the Iraq war?

John Harwood - The Wall Street Journal

David Greene - National Public Radio

Karen Tumulty - Time Magazine

Roger Simon - The Politico.com

Has election coverage changed with new technologies like blogs and YouTube?

Nedra Pickler - The Associated Press

Karen Tumulty - Time Magazine

David Greene - National Public Radio

Roger Simon - The Politico.com

David Chalian - ABC News

How would you evaluate the fairness and accuracy of the media?

Roger Simon - The Politico.com

Is ownership of the media too concentrated?

Karen Tumulty - Time Magazine

Can candidates do more to court today's youth vote?

David Chalian - ABC News

Karen Tumulty - Time Magazine

Roger Simon - The Politico.com


The National Correspondents Panel, from left, David Greene, National Public Radio; Karen Tumulty, Time Magazine; John Harwood, The Wall Street Journal; Nedra Pickler, The Associated Press; David Chalian, ABC News; and Roger Simon, Politico.com.

Posted Oct. 19, 2007

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