[The Nashville Tennessean Bullpen]

http://libexh.library.vanderbilt.edu/impomeka/2015-exhibit/Seigenthaler-G9481.jpg
Creation: 1970

The Nashville Tennessean editor John Seigenthaler (1927-2014) and reporters Frank Sutherland (1945- ) and Wendell “Sonny” Rawls (1941- ) stand in the reporter’s bullpen of the newspaper. Journalism in the 20th century went through tremendous changes as the ability to report on events kept pace with advancing technologies. Radio, television, the internet and now twitter and Instagram have pushed the boundaries of traditional journalism to new levels. With evermore outlets for news, well-crafted and compelling stories are still the hallmark of the journalist.

Title

[The Nashville Tennessean Bullpen]

Date

Creation: 1970

Description

The Nashville Tennessean editor John Seigenthaler (1927-2014) and reporters Frank Sutherland (1945- ) and Wendell “Sonny” Rawls (1941- ) stand in the reporter’s bullpen of the newspaper. Journalism in the 20th century went through tremendous changes as the ability to report on events kept pace with advancing technologies. Radio, television, the internet and now twitter and Instagram have pushed the boundaries of traditional journalism to new levels. With evermore outlets for news, well-crafted and compelling stories are still the hallmark of the journalist.

Rights

Copyright; licensed to Vanderbilt University courtesy of The Tennessean

Format

Black-and-white photographs

Source

MSS0588, James D. Squires Papers, Box 2

Files

http://libexh.library.vanderbilt.edu/impomeka/2015-exhibit/Seigenthaler-G9481.jpg

Citation

“[The Nashville Tennessean Bullpen],” Gallery, accessed October 22, 2019, https://gallery.library.vanderbilt.edu/items/show/965.