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Journalism That Matters, Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 11-12, 2007

From Mainstream to New Media: Finding Common Ground to Grow Participatory Democracy


Participant roster to-date (in alphabetical order)

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