Author Archives: JTM

Nancy Amidei and Cate Montana

Submitted by montanacate on Sun, 12/27/2009 – 1:50pm Session Reporter: Cate Montana Conversationalist 1: Nancy Amidei Conversationalist 2: Cate Montana The meaning gleaned from our conversation was most likely the same as the fundamental meaning of the whole conference: the … Continue reading

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Bill Mitchell and Chris Nelson

Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 12/23/2009 – 2:07pm Session Reporter: Chris Nelson Conversationalist 1: Chris Nelson Conversationalist 2: Bill Mitchell For me, one of the primary takeaways from our talk was that we’re have a “self-selection” problem in our country. … Continue reading

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Seattle Housing Options

The hotel most convenient to Haggett and the east side of the campus is the Silver Cloud Inn at 5036 25th Street NE, Seattle, WA 98105, just north of University Village. The hotel has reserved a block of rooms for Journalism That … Continue reading

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JTM-PNW Transportation and Parking

DIRECTIONS TO VENUE Northwest ReNews will attract mostly regional participants. Those who fly in should use Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA or SeaTac). The campus venue is about a 45-minute drive from the airport by car or various shuttle services. Driving … Continue reading

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About JTM’s Format

JTM facilitates fresh, inclusive thinking and unexpected ideas in an atmosphere of professional intimacy and respect.  We use interactive communication practices (including Open Space Technology, World Café, Appreciative Inquiry, Bohm Dialogue and others) which challenge individuals and groups to take responsibility for what matters … Continue reading

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Re-imagining News & Community in the Pacific Northwest

Haggett Hall, University of Washington, Seattle January 7-10, 2010 Staying connected after the conference LinkedIn Group Facebook fan page Twitter (search for #jtmpnw for conference tweets) Conference multimedia jtmpnw.org aggregation page; (and RSS feed) Graphic Record of the conference UStream video … Continue reading

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