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NULab Faculty Meg Heckman is Featured on the What Works Podcast to Discuss Her Book on the Legacy of Nackey Loeb

NULab Faculty Meg Heckman, professor of journalism, recently appeared as a guest on the What Works podcast (hosted by former Boston Globe editor Ellen Clegg and Northeastern faculty Dan Kennedy) to discuss her book, Political Godmother: Nackey Scripps Loeb and the Newspaper That Shook the Republican Party. Heckman, who has over a decade of experience as a reporter and has served as the digital editor at the Concord Monitor in New Hampshire, writes about Loeb’s impact as both a publisher and conservative activist. In her new book, Heckman draws a critical connection between Nackey Loeb’s support of Republican Patrick Buchanan in 1992 to the rise of the Trump administration a generation later.

You can read the full article covering Meg Heckman’s recent podcast appearance here. You can listen to the full podcast episode here.

Relatedly, the Poynter Institute recently recognized Meg Heckman’s and NULab Faculty Myojung Chung‘s 2022 article, “We need to teach student journalists about on-the-job harassment.” You can read the full story here.

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