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Wed., Aug. 8, 5 p.m. -- The next steps: Projects spotlighted at JTM-DC

Sessions posted to the news wall (Wednesday)


Before gathering for a "closing circle" wrapup session, "Journalism That Matters: The DC Sessions" participants declared a total of 12 projects undertaken, and invited colleagues to join them for planning breakouts.


JUMP TO AUDIO STREAM/DOWNLOAD PAGEto hear statements. (5:47 mins.)


Here is a list, in the order described in the above audio file, of the projects announced during this session, and the principal involved:

  • Chris Peck -- Funding and finding a home for the next newsroom
  • Linda Jue -- Post Katrina recover reporting multimedia project
  • Will Bunch -- Book, "The News Fix," helping create the next news organization, or "norg."
  • Steve Brant -- Helping journalism organizations adopt reporting on problem solutions
  • Tom Warhover -- Ninety-day transformation of legacy newsroom into a web-centric rather than print-centric approach.
  • Chris O'Brien -- Duke University next-newsroom project. What should media center look like?
  • Jessica Bynoe -- Pushing for youth engagement in everyone's projects -- ages 5 to 25.
  • Michael Stoll -- The public press, a citizen-journalism project, taking newspapers non-commercial as startups and converting for-profit enterprises.
  • Josh Wilson -- Turn news you might of missed into a syndicated world news service
  • Sarah Hasan -- ilmworks creation of cultural dialog; collaborators for 2009 conference at either Santa Clara Univ. of Georgtown on "science, religion and public-policy." And a cit-j project on American Muslims.

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