- AUDIO: “The State of Citizen Journalism” interactive panel, 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m., Aug. 7, 2007/also: STREAMING VIDEO LINK
- AUDIO: Introductory remarks, 3 p.m., Tuesday, by Len Witt, Chris Peck and Lee Huebner (12 mins.)
- AUDIO/VIDEO: Setting the Agenda: Participants’ Introductory Questions; Tues., 3:30 p.m.-5 p.m.
- AUDIO/VIDEO: Expert circle: Chris Peck, Jim Shaffer, Geneva Overholser, Linda Jue; Tues. 7 p.m.
- AUDIO/VIDEO: Some 50 participants “headline” their key concerns (Tues., 7:30 p.m.)
- AUDIO: Participants report initial breakout topics, Tues., 8:30 p.m. (14 mins.)
- AUDIO: Breakfast reflections/headlines from participants (13 mins.)
Wed., 9:00 a.m. Break-out Sessions
- Journalism That Matters: Education That Matters – Peggy Kuhr AUDIO/VIDEO
- Migrating Local Journalism to a citzen-trained model
- Training citizen journalists (JPG)
- The “TAO” of Journalism
- Representative Journalism (Len Witt et al.)
10:15 am Sessions
- How citizen journalists and professional journalists can/can’t work together
- Citizen Journalism That Matters
- A Blue Ocean Strategy for Journalism
- Mindful Media? Can we create media that support our highest values?
- Scholarly research — What’s needed?
12:30 p.m. Sessions
- How communities might own a newsroom
- Pros and Cons of the Non-Profit Journalism Model
- Collaborative journalism, the new skill set of working with the public
- Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
2 p.m. Sessions
- Designing and Building the Newsroom of the Future at Duke University
- Locating and Financing the Next Newsroom (with Chris Peck)/AUDIO
- Helping Poynter Online transform journalism / AUDIO/VIDEO
- Youth Journalists and Civic Engagement — Ingrid Dahl / STREAM VIDEO
3 p.m. Participant reports/next steps
By 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 8, participants in “Journalism That Matters: The DC Sessions” were ready to offer some key reports and insights after multiple breakout sessions and group discussions. Click to go to STREAM OR DOWNLOAD audio page — 34 minutes.
5 p.m. Projects/Next Steps
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. VIEW PROJECT LIST / (AUDIO)