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Election ‘08: Covering Politics in Cyberspace

April 18, 2007 - April 21, 2007
Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California
In partnership with Investigative Reporters & Editors

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Fellows

Drew Clark
senior fellow and project manager, Center for Public Integrity

Michael Cottman
senior correspondent, BlackAmericaWeb.com

Amy Cox
assignment producer in special projects, CNN.com

Jason Embry
reporter, Austin American-Statesman

Dave Herman
daily editor, MSN.com

Laura Hertzfeld
senior editor, Yahoo! News Full Coverage,

Lee Horwich
senior assignment editor, USA TODAY's Washington desk

Stephen Keating
online political editor, The Denver Post

Ashley Kindergan
county reporter, Herald News

Dee Lane
politics editor, The (Portland, OR) Oregonian

Jason Manning
politics editor, washingtonpost.com

Christopher McNary
senior editor, DallasNews.com

Olympia Meola
eporter and multimedia team member, Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch

Rob Merrill
senior Web editor, NBC Nightly News

Rachel Nixon
deputy world editor, BBCNews.com

Mike Noe
interactive media editor, Rocky Mountain News

Michael Owen
associate news producer/online, Los Angeles Times

Aron Pilhofer
projects editor, computer-assisted reporting, New York Times

Beth Reinhard
political writer, Miami (FL) Herald

Cheryl Segal
political team leader, Tampa Tribune

James Smith
national political editor, Boston Globe

Carl Sullivan
news editor, Newsweek.com

John Whitesides
U.S. political correspondent, Reuters

Martin Wisckol
politics reporter, Orange County (CA) Register

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