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Comments at International Online Symposium

Below is a rough version of the comments I made at the recent 10th International Symposium on Online Journalism, held at the University of Texas at Austin: Despite the fact that America is engaged in two wars, the number of foreign correspondents working overseas and sending information back to the United States about these conflicts, […]

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NOW on PBS Selects Top Workshop Videos

NOW on PBS has selected the top videos from the March 2009 Backpack Journalism Workshop to post on its site. Please see http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/440/Journalism-Workshop.html. All participants should be deeply proud of your accomplishments. I certainly am.

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The Increasing Role of Non-Profits

I also mentioned the role that non-profits are increasingly playing in our field. These include the Pulitzer Center and the International Reporting Project, just to name two well-known examples. In a model that we are seeing more and more, these groups provide grants, scholarships or fellowships to support journalistic projects overseas, then help journalists distribute […]

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Online Journalism Symposium Great Success

Still processing and catching up after attending the 10th International Symposium on Online Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. The economic slowdown has really exacerbated the technology-driven changes already transforming our craft for some time now. Advertising dollars migrate from newspapers and magazines to the Internet. Cutbacks and shutdowns reduce our numbers. We […]

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GRADUATION DAY!

SILVER SPRING, MD, 15 March 2009 – Graduation Day. Seated from left to right are instructors Bill Delano, Bill Gentile and Ted Roach. Standing (L to R) are Daniel J. Cox (Boseman, Montana) Nancy Tagaloa (American Samoa) Deb Jackson (Santa Rosa, CA) American University student Sarah Sheya, Debbie Rosenberg (New York) John Russ Clarke (Bangor, […]

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