JTM-PNW-Opening day: Participants list the opening headlines
On the first day of Journalism That Matters in the Pacific Northwest, participants sit at roundtables -- three or four people to a table -- and they've developed a set of "headlines" for the hot topics we'll consider on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Here are some of them:
- Is the medium still the message? Please retweet
- When did you first hear the phrase hyperlocal journalism?
- What IS journalism in 2010? How can citizens help shape the new news ecosystem
- We need a good housekeeping seal of approval for bloggers to better connect them to professional standards and ethics of journalism
- Northwest media launch new media consortium
- Students face an uncertain but exciting future as they negotiate shifts
- Here to learn, here to change and here to effect change
- Rainy Kang is at JTM exploring the transforming ecology of journalism: How can I contribute
- What are new tools to support and advance diversity?
- Journalism that matters; journalism that doesn't matter; know what we don't know
- Beta testers, thinkers for locally grown news -- an online news incubator
- Everyone a change maker and the role of media including news and entrepreneurs
- A sustainable network that connects people: Journalism saved, people eat
- Responsible sustainable journalism and a place for myself in it
- An organic spiritual evolutionary process is driving media change
- Hoping for specific projects to be incubated: Expand Northwest Radio Network to other new media ventures and independent journalists
- Hope to learn ways to effectively communicate the stories and work of non-profits and effect public policy
- Has journalism become the Tragedy of the Commons in the news ecology and do we have to have new governance?
- Getting students passionate about journalism and about telling stories
- How can investigative journalism be sustained without compromising its integrity