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Archive for April, 2004

Watch for Cole Campbell IM Interview

Friday, April 30th, 2004

I just complete an excellent IM Interview with Cole Campbell, a long time public journalist, who has been named dean of the University of Nevada, Reno, school of journalism.
I have to build in links and tomorrow there is a Kennesaw State University conference of Maya from 40 communities around the country. I am teaching [...]

Cole Campbell Named Journalism Dean at U of Nevada

Thursday, April 29th, 2004

Cole Campbell, one of the nation’s top proponents, practicioners and scholars in public journalism, has been named dean of journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno. Watch for a Special IM Interview in the next day or two here at PJNet with Campbell.
Campbell is a charter member of the PJNet, moderated the organization’s first [...]

Bloggers Offered Press Freedom Day Materials

Thursday, April 29th, 2004

Want to run an intervew with the Dalai Lama or Mariane Pearl, the wife of murdered journalist Daniel Pearl, on your weblog? You can thanks to the World Association of Newspapers (WAN) and a little thank you to the PJNet.
Wan is offering newspapers around the world interviews, photos, graphics, cartoons and background information promoting [...]

Links to Iraq Fatality Databases

Wednesday, April 28th, 2004

A post worth reading at It has excellent links and begins:
A number of sites have put together excellent databases of U.S. fatalities in Iraq. These databases are a fantastic example of how the Web can be used to produce compelling and meaningful civic journalism online in a way not possible in any other [...]

One Coffin Photo Published, Two People Fired

Monday, April 26th, 2004

There is an excellent story in the Seattle Times about Tami Silicio, the woman who took the photos of the soldiers’ coffins in Iraq, how one got on the front page of the Seattle Times, why she did it and the consequences of her husband and her getting fired.
Romenesko points to other related stories.