SEMINARS

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

About | Agenda | Speakers | Fellows | Resources | Blog

Speakers

Speakers

Bill Allison
senior fellow, Sunlight Foundation

John Amato
blogger, CrooksandLiars.com

Ronald Campbell
reporter, Orange County (CA) Register

Michael Cornfield
Vice President of Public Affairs, ElectionMall Technologies, and adjunct faculty in strategy and message, George Washington University's Graduate School of Political Management

Robert Cox
founder and president, Media Bloggers Association

Chuck DeFeo
vice president and general manager, Townhall.com

Colin Delany
founder and chief editor, epolitics.com

David Donald
Training Director, Investigative Reporters and Editors and the National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting

Amy Gahran
Senior Editor of OaklandLocal.com, Digital Media Consultant

Alfred Hermida
assistant professor, School of Journalism, University of British Columbia

James Joyner
blogger, OutsidetheBeltway.com

Daniel Lathrop
investigative CAR reporter, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Bill Nichols
managing editor, Politico.com

Phil Noble
founder and CEO, PoliticsOnline.com

Vikki Porter
Director, Knight Digital Media Center, USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism

Nancy Scola
freelance writer/activist, policy advisor, outreach coordinator, and Internet political strategist

Micah Sifry
co-founder and executive editor, Personal Democracy Forum, which covers the ways technology is changing politics, and techpresident, a blog dedicated to the 2008 Presidential campaign (www.personaldemocracy.com)

Michael Skoler
executive director, Center for Innovation in Journalism, American Public Media

Maurice Tamman
senior editor and writer, Sarasota (Fla.) Herald-Tribune

Butch Ward
distinguished fellow, Poynter Institute

Todd Ziegler
senior vice president of client services, Bivings Group

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