Listen to and view highlights of the New England Newspaper & Press Association’s annual convention Feb. 5-6, 2010 in Boston. New England News Forum director Bill Densmore audio recorded six sessions, all reached from a single URL for streaming or download. Densmore also moderated a sesson on Non Profit journalism and there’s archived video of session, plus a page which lists the participants and some of the key narrative comments.
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Key political operatives, bloggers, academics and media figures from New Hampshire gathered on Dec. 6 to debate how the Internet is affecting New Hampshire's presidential primary. (READ WHAT PARTICIPANTS SAID) / (LISTEN TO AUDIO) /
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Members of the board of the New England Society of Newspaper Editors met for approximately 90 minutes on Friday, Nov. 17, 2006, at the Parker House in Boston with organizers of the New England News Forum. They discussed the forum's project plans and explained how their papers handle public complaints. download an MP3 audio file of the discussion (43 megabytes), click below:
A Knight Foundation survey of 15,000 U.S. high-school students and 800 of their teachers made public Oct. 17, 2006, recorded increased teaching of First Amendment issues over two years. The high-school students know more about the free speech/free press issues than reported in an initial, larger, $1-million, 2004 study entitled: "The Future of the First Amendment." But the Knight Foundation said the latest results also show students increasingly polarized about how they feel on First Amendment issues. There's a website with details of the findings by University of Connecticut researchers Dr.
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About 15 editors, assignment editors, reporters and citizens gathered Monday, Nov. 20, 2006, at the University of Southern Maine for a briefing on journalism ethics and the formation of the New England News Forum. The event, organized by the Maine chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, lasted two hours.
Download an MP3 audio file of the discussion (48 megabytes; 1 hour and 44 minutes), click below: