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Can we view the current upheaval in American journalism within frameworks of larger shifts (e.g. in human values or institutions)?

Submitted by ruthseymour on Tue, 06/08/2010 – 5:56pm Session Convenor: Ruth Seymour, Assistant Professor of Journalism, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan Session Reporter: Ruth Seymour and Davar Ardalan Discussion Participants: Kat Aaron, Davar Iran Ardalan, Sonya Bernard-Hollins, Sue Ellen Christian, Ryan … Continue reading

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What is required to nurture innovation?

Submitted by Bill Densmore on Tue, 06/08/2010 – 2:47pm Session Convenor: Roger Gafke, Reynolds Journalism Institute Session Reporter: Roger Gafke Discussion Participants: Kwan Booth, Mary Ann Mohring, Peggy Holman,Linda Jue, Lori Robinson,and others Session title:  What is required to nurture … Continue reading

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Your Community Is Your Toolbox

Submitted by Mark Anderson on Tue, 06/08/2010 – 12:45pmin Session Convenor: Mark Anderson Session Reporter: Mark Anderson Discussion Participants: Brian Steffens, Geoff Samek, Andrea Silenzi, Kadidjri Lahab, Helen Fu, Lou Rutigliano, Matthew Renner, Bill Densmore, Beth Mastin The Community Is … Continue reading

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Freelancers Unite: how does freelancing change in the changing media landscape?

Submitted by Marin Heinritz on Sat, 06/05/2010 – 12:17pm Session Convenor: Marin Heinritz Session Reporter: Marin Heinritz Discussion Participants: Marin Heinritz, Kalamazoo College Hyatt Fathy, Wayne State Ashlee Wells, U oF M Sociology Laketa Dumas, R U Ready for Business … Continue reading

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Exciting the Community on Reporting the News

Submitted by Sonya Bernard-H… on Sun, 06/06/2010 – 7:47am Session Convenor: Sonya Bernard-Hollins Session Reporter: Sonya Bernard-Hollins and Rebecca Jones Discussion Participants: Blake Roberts, Bill Densmore, Harold Shinsato, Mark Anderson, Laurie Cirivello, Rebecca Jones, Kididr Lahab, Maureen Federo, Aracely Vasquez. … Continue reading

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At JTM-Detroit, a summary of what participants have learned, from 3×5 cards they completed

The numbers to the right of the statements below are rankings generated through a face-to-face “crowd-sourcing” process called Thirty-Five. We are already the mainstream news. 25.5 There is nothing more energizing than an idea that can change the world. 24.5 Community is the … Continue reading

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Combined- Taking the Community Temperature and Community Bridging

Submitted by Beth Mastin on Sun, 06/06/2010 – 4:30am Session Convenor: Beth Mastin and Michelle Ferrier Session Reporter: Beth Mastin Discussion Participants: So Sorry- I seem to have lost track of sign-in sheet- I’ll try to relocate my notes and … Continue reading

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Incubation and Traction: Best Practices for Digital Media Start-ups

Submitted by bmitch on Sun, 06/06/2010 – 4:27am Session Convenor: Bill Mitchell and Lori Robinson Session Reporter: Frank Witsil Discussion Participants: Travis Mitchell, Roger Gafke, Jeff Brown, Sue Ellen Christian, Frank Witsil, Marcela Toledo, Geoff Samek, Annie Shreffler, Juanita Anderson, … Continue reading

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Steps to a Successful Online Community Website

Submitted by annieshreff on Sat, 06/05/2010 – 8:43pm Session Convenor: Sonya Bernard-Hollins Session Reporter: Annie Shreffler Discussion Participants: Maria Rojas, Bill Mitchell, Maureen Federo, Aracely Vasquez, Alice A. Tait This was a follow up session for Sonya, who had convened … Continue reading

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Social Media Gaming to foster understanding of Journalism and Civic Engagement (Play*Fun)

Submitted by mcwflint on Sat, 06/05/2010 – 3:54am Session Convenor: Mary Ann Chick Whiteside Session Reporter: Mary Ann Chick Whiteside Discussion Participants: Kaarili Tasso, Brian Connors, Alice Tait, Sally Duros, Harold Shinsato, Latoya Peterson, Cheryl Field, Melissa Cornick, John Kotarski, … Continue reading

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