From Media Giraffe
- 1 Journalism That Matters, Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 11-12, 2007
- 2 From Mainstream to New Media: Finding Common Ground to Grow Participatory Democracy
- 3 Participant roster to-date (in alphabetical order)
Journalism That Matters, Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 11-12, 2007
From Mainstream to New Media: Finding Common Ground to Grow Participatory Democracy
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Participant roster to-date (in alphabetical order)
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- Nadia Alami, MENA regional director, Internews Network
- Steve Anderson, founder, Center for Information Awareness, Burnaby, Canada
- Frank Blethen, publisher, The Seattle Times
- Ryan Blethen, The Seattle Times Co.
- Michael Caputo, Public Insight Journalism, Minnesota Public Radio
- Jaci Clement, founder, Fair Media Council, Bethpage, N.Y.
- Judy Daubenmier, "Project Rewire", University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- Bill Densmore, director, The Media Giraffe Project at UMass Amherst
- Margaret Duffy, professor, University of Missouri, Columbia
- Michael Fancher, editor-at-large, The Seattle Times
- Jane Folpe, assoc. dir., professional education, Columbia Univ. Graduate School of Journalism, New York
- Peggy Holman, author, The Change Handbook and co-director, Journalism that Matters Consortium, Seattle
- Hanson Hosein, documentary filmmaker, HRH media, Seattle, Wash.
- Aldon Hynes, technology / political media, Stamford, Conn.
- Pam Johnson, exec. dir., Reynolds Journalism Institute, Univ. of Missouri
- Pam McAllister-Johnson, director, journalism and broadcast, Western Kentucky Univ., Bowling Green
- Linda Jue, associate director, Independent Press Association, San Francisco
- Eddan Katz, lecturer, Yale Law School, New Haven
- Peggy Kuhr, Knight Chair community journalism professor, Univ. of Kansas, Lawrence
- Jonathan Lawson, Reclaim the Media, Seattle
- Beth Lawton, digital-media manager, Newspaper Association of America
- Dianne Lynch, dean, Park School of Communications, Ithaca College, Ithaca, N.Y.
- Karen Magnuson, editor, Rochester [N.Y.] Democrat & Chronicle / APME president, 2006-2007
- Ilona Meagher, author/online journalist, ePluribus Media, Rockford, Ill.
- Katherine McDaniel, post-doctoral fellow, Yale Law School
- Mac McKerral, news-editorial coordinator, Western Ky. Univ. Journalism School
- David Messerschmidt, Univ. of Washington, Seattle
- Chris Nolan, Spot-on.com / "Stand Alone Journalist", San Francisco
- Geneva Overholser, professor, Univ. of Missouri School of Journalism
- Chris Peck, editor, The Commercial-Appeal, Memphis, Tenn.
- Neal Peirce, principal, Citistates Group, Washington Post Writers Group, Washington, D.C.
- Farley Peters, Citistates Group, Tracys Landing, Md.
- Neil Ralston, professor, Western Kentucky Univ., Bowling Green
- Sue Salinger, exec. dir., Free Voice Media Alliance, Boulder, Colo.
- Ken Schreiner, Schreiner Productions, Salt Lake City UT, independent producer, blogger, former TV news executive
- Jim Shaffer, dean, Univ. of Southern Maine business school, Portland, Maine
- Stephen Silha, co-director, Journalism That Matters Consortium and president, Washington News Council, Seattle
- John Soloski, professor and former dean, Univ. of Georgia, Bogart, Ga.
- Esther Thorson, professor, University of Missouri-Columbia
- Karen Toering, Reclaim the Media, Seattle
- Granville Williams, Upton, West Yorkshire, U.K., Campaign for Press and Broadcast Freedom / (EMAIL)
- Prof. Leonard Witt, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Georgia
- Steve Yelvington, Morris Communications, Augusta, Ga.
- David A. Zeeck, executive editor, The [Tacoma, Wash.] News Tribune / ASNE president, 2006-2007