Author Archives: JTM

Putting the Human Face Back in Public Policy

Submitted by cfields@langhum… on Sat, 06/05/2010 – 2:24pm Session Convenor: Cheryl Fields, Brian O’Connor, Kwan Session Reporter: Cheryl Fields Discussion Participants: Kwan got the participant list Everyone shared their interests, which were varied, as was the composition of the group. … Continue reading

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Strength In Numbers: Multi-media collaboration from Blog to TV to Mobile

Submitted by ericgalatas on Sat, 06/05/2010 – 12:20pm Session Convenor: Eric Galatas Session Reporter: same Discussion Participants: Arthur Leggett Remarketable Solutions Aracely Vasquez Student, Kalamazoo College Barry Lewis Student, Wayne State University Juanita Anderson Professor, Wayne State University Sonya Bernard-Hollins … Continue reading

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Social Media Gaming: Part 2, 3

Submitted by mcwflint on Sat, 06/05/2010 – 4:11am Session Convenor: Mary Ann Chick Whiteside Session Reporter: Mary Ann Chick Whiteside Discussion Participants: Harold Shinsato, John Kotarkski, Kaari Tassu, Maria Rojas, Sally Duros, Melissa Cornick, Christina Xu, An evolving discussion, mapping … Continue reading

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How Can Public Radio Include All People?

Submitted by keith woods on Fri, 06/04/2010 – 3:46pm Session Convenor: Keith Woods Session Reporter: Keith Woods/Davar Ardalan Discussion Participants: Ruth Seymour; Sonya Bernard-Hollins; Linda Jue; Annie Shreffler; Lou Rutiglino; Ryan O’Toole; Matt Renner; Lori Robinson; Kwan Booth; Latoya Peterson; … Continue reading

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information/news by/for young people @ school or @home with innovative platforms such as games

Submitted by Bill Densmore on Fri, 06/04/2010 – 2:32pm Session Convenor: Emilia Askari Session Reporter: same Discussion Participants: Maria Rojas, Narjis Rahman, Ross Neal, Carmen Lee, John Kotarski, Eric Galatas coding isn’t geeky — it’s creative, like writing. everyone will … Continue reading

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How do we create Journalism that spurs public action?

Submitted by boothism on Fri, 06/04/2010 – 1:20pm Session Convenor: Kwan Booth Discussion Participants: Kwan Booth Does journalism as it is now inspire action? Should it What kinds of journalism inspires action? What kinds of actions can be expected? How … Continue reading

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Transitioning legacy community journalism to new tools and concepts

Submitted by Bill Densmore on Fri, 06/04/2010 – 12:48pm Session Convenor: Brian Steffens, National Newspaper Association Session Reporter: Mark Anderson Discussion Participants: Mary Ann Mohring, Mark Anderson, Jeff Brown, Mollika Biernat, Jacqueline Burau, Michelle Story-Stewart, Robert Shimkoski, Vivian Sanders Mary … Continue reading

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Impact of Images

Session Convenor: Alice A. Tait Discussion Participants: Luther Keith(Arise Detroit), Sue Ellen Christian(Western Michigan Univ.), Peggy Holman,Bill Densmore,&Stephen Silha(Journalism That Matters), Victor L. Marsh,Sr. & Kapri J. Banks(City of Detroit), Brenda G.Price(John S. and James L. Knight Foundation) From Bill … Continue reading

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The “Fifth Estate” of participatory news, media, and civic change

Submitted by inge on Wed, 06/02/2010 – 7:50am Session Reporter: Ingeborg Endter Conversationalist 1: Ingeborg Endter Conversationalist 2: Melissa Cornick Melissa has an impressive background in mainstream journalism. She worked with Murrow, Cronkite, 60 Minutes. She’s now working on a … Continue reading

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Create or Die: Pre Conference Conversation Summary

Submitted by cfields@langhum… on Tue, 06/01/2010 – 8:21am Session Reporter: Cheryl Fields Conversationalist 1:┬áCheryl D. Fields Conversationalist 2: Brian Steffans Brian Steffans is a problem solver. He’s had a long and exciting career in newspapers and magazines, having worked as … Continue reading

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