Reporter's Notebook from Pakistan

A DC Briefing And A Newseum Pondering

News 88.7 Education Reporter Laura Isensee is traveling to Pakistan with ICFJ—the International Center for Journalists. She first stopped in Washington, D.C., where she visited a museum on journalism.

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Houston Public Media/News 88.7 Education Reporter Laura Isensee is in Washington, D.C. as she prepares to travel to Pakistan as a visiting journalist.

After a briefing at the U.S. State Department, she spent some time at the Newseum and was struck by one particular exhibit.

We invite you to listen to the second entry of her notebook above. You can also follow her journey on Twitter and Facebook.

And check out Laura’s earlier entries on the special page on our website.

  • A Newseum display of press freedoms across the world. (Photo Credit: Laura Isensee-Houston Public Media)
    A Newseum display of press freedoms across the world. (Photo Credit: Laura Isensee-Houston Public Media)
  • A Newseum display of press freedoms around the world--focusing in on Asia. (Photo Credit: Laura Isensee-Houston Public Media)
    A Newseum display of press freedoms around the world--focusing in on Asia. (Photo Credit: Laura Isensee-Houston Public Media)
  • A Newseum display of slain Pakistani journalist Zaman Mehsud. (Photo Credit: Laura Isensee-Houston Public Media Courtesy Tribal Post)
    A Newseum display of slain Pakistani journalist Zaman Mehsud. (Photo Credit: Laura Isensee-Houston Public Media Courtesy Tribal Post)

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