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Speeches

The Role of Newspapers in Building Citizenship
Sept. 13, 2004, 5th Brazilian Newspaper Congress,
São Paulo, Brazil
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Civic Journalism: A Decade of Civic Innovation
Sept. 13, 2002, Society of Professional Journalists National Convention, Fort Worth, TX
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

What Can Computer Games Teach Journalists?
August 8, 2002, Pew Center Luncheon Session, Sponsored by: The Pew Center and AEJMC's Civic Journalism Interest Group, Miami Beach, FL
by Glenn Thomas, Co-Founder, Smashing Ideas, Inc.

Building Zones of Connectivity
August 8, 2002, "Building Zones of Connectivity" Teaching Panel, Sponsored by AEJMC's Civic Journalism Interest Group and Visual Communication Division, Miami, FL
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Civic Journalism: 10 Years of Work
August 7, 2002, "Civic Journalism: 10 Years of Work" PF&R Panel Session, Sponsored by AEJMC's Civic Journalism Interest Group and Mass Communication and Society Division, Miami, FL
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Delving Into Diversity: Race Reporting in U.S. Newsrooms
August 7, 2002, "Delving Into Diversity: Race Reporting in US. Newsrooms" Research Panel Session, Sponsored by AEJMC's Civic Journalism Interest Group and Minorities and Communication Division, Miami, FL
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

2002 James. K Batten Awards Luncheon Keynote
April 22, 2002, UNC-Chapel Hill, NC
by Walker Lundy, Editor and Executive Vice President, The Philadelphia Inquirer

2002 James. K Batten Awards Dinner Keynote
April 22, 2002, UNC-Chapel Hill, NC
by Hodding Carter III, President and CEO, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

Tapping New Data Territories
February 23, 2002, Pew Center/IRE Workshop, Tampa, FL
by Tim Franklin, Editor, Orlando Sentinel

Community Media Connections
January 11, 2002, Pew Center/Maynard Workshop, San Francisco, CA
by David Yarnold, Executive Editor
San Jose Mercury News

Future News ... It's More Than Just the Facts
July 26, 2001, National Press Club Luncheon
Featuring Chris Peck, President, APME and Terence Smith, Media Correspondent and Senior Producer
The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer

Civic Mapping
May 22, 2001, Morris Communications Workshop, Augusta, GA
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Interactive Journalism
March 31, 2001, Pittsburgh SPJ, Region 4 Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Being Open to the Unexpected
February 10, 2001, "Civic Innovations in Newsrooms and Classrooms" Workshop, Sponsored by: The Pew Center and AEJMC's Civic Journalism Interest Group, Eugene, OR
by Marty Steffens, Former Executive Editor and VP/Content, San Francisco Examiner

Alone Again, Naturally: A Short History of Civic Journalism and Time
February 10, 2001, "Civic Innovations in Newsrooms and Classrooms" Workshop
Sponsored by: The Pew Center and AEJMC's Civic Journalism Interest Group, Eugene, OR
by Steve Smith, Editor, Statesman Journal

Transformation From Within: How Civic Journalism May Save the Media
February 9, 2001, "Civic Innovations in Newsrooms and Classrooms" Workshop, Sponsored by: The Pew Center and AEJMC's Civic Journalism Interest Group, Eugene, OR
by Chris Peck, Editor, The Spokesman-Review

Attack Dog, Watch Dog or Guide Dog... The Role of the Media in Building Community
Oct. 21, 1999, Marcia Kaplan Kantrow Lecture Series, Baton Rouge Area Foundation
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

The Media and Civic Engagement
June 22, 1999, Northern California Grantmakers Conference, San Francisco, CA
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Civic Journalism: Redefining News, Engaging Readers, Making a Difference
June 3, 1998, World Editors Forum, Kobe, Japan
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Civic Journalism: The Idea, The Evolution, The Impact
November 20, 1997, The Wiseman, Harvard Club
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Aspen Institute
June, 27, 1997, Aspen, CO
by Ed Fouhy, Founder, Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Is it Possible to do Significant Journalism in an Era of Bottom-Line Concerns and Technological Change?
June 20, 1997, Stanford University, CA
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Community Media Workshop
May 20, 1997, Chicago, IL
by Ed Fouhy, Founder, Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Institute on the Coverage of Disasters and Victims
April 5, 1997, University of Central Oklahoma
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Civic Journalism Washington Style: Reporting Beyond the Beltway
December 9, 1996, Rosslyn, VA, Regional Reporters Association
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Tapping Hidden Stories in Your Community
June 7, 1996, Minneapolis, MN
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Public Radio Conference
May 17, 1996
by Ed Fouhy, Founder, Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Pew Partnership for Civic Change
October 1995, Asheville, NC
by Ed Fouhy, Founder, Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Electronic Democracy and the Publisher's Prerogative
May 24, 1995, First Amendment Breakfast, Regency Hotel, New York City
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Articles

Career-Conflicted Find Little Newsroom Support
November-December 2002, The American Editor
By Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Tips for Smarter Reporting
Fall 2002, Society of Professional Journalists
By Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Interactive Journalism: Clicking on the Future
Fall 2001, APME News
By Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Lessons in Connecting Readers to the Media
September 2001, The American Editor
By Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Civic Journalism: 10 Tips for Rebuilding Frameworks of Society
September 2001, For The American Press Institute, Special Report: Covering a National Tragedy, Managing and Reporting a News Crisis
By Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

Present Tense, Past Tense: The Historical and Philosophical Roots of Civic Journalism
By Mike Dillon, Ph.D.
Department of Communication
Duquesne University

"The Best or Worst? Civic journalism study finds community acceptance, but journalists still reluctant to embrace concept"
May 1997, Quill
by Jan Schaffer, Executive Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism

"Keeping in Touch: Civic Journalism--Growing and Evolving"
Winter 1995, Nieman Reports, The Nieman Foundation At Harvard University
by Ed Fouhy, Founder and Jan Schaffer,
Executive Director, Pew Center for Civic Journalism

"Public Journalism: Good or Bad News?"
October 19, 1996, The Charlotte Observer
by Jennie Buckner, Editor

John Siegenthaler Speech and Response
A Changing Culture in an Unchanging Challenge
November 14, 1996, The Lovejoy Convocation, Colby College
by John Siegenthaler, The Freedom Forum
Letter, Rebuttal to John Siegenthaler
by Edward M. Fouhy, Founder of the Pew Center for Civic Journalism

News & Issues in Corporate Social Responsibility
September 12, 1996
by Edward M. Fouhy, Founder of the Pew Center for Civic Journalism

The Public Perspective
March, 1996
by Ed Fouhy, Founder of the Pew Center for Civic Journalism



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