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Bill Allison

senior fellow, Sunlight Foundation
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Bill Allison is a senior fellow at the Sunlight Foundation. A veteran investigative journalist and editor for nonprofit media, Allison worked for the Center for Public Integrity for nine years, where he co-authored "The Cheating of America" with Charles Lewis, was senior editor of "The Buying of the President 2000" and co-editor of The New York Times bestseller "The Buying of the President 2004." He edited projects on topics ranging from the role of international arms smugglers and private military companies in failing states around the world to the rise of section 527 organizations in American politics. Prior to joining the Center, Allison worked for eight years for The Philadelphia Inquirer, the last two as researcher for Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters, Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania.


KDMC Sessions

The Database Briefcase
April 24, 2008, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Windows Media Video: Video: The Database Briefcase (154 MB)
SEMINAR: Election ’08: Unleashing the Cyber-watchdogs

Politics and Money in a Web 2.0 World
April 20, 2007, 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM
PDF: The New Soft Money (Pilhofer)
PowerPoint: Election Data’s New Frontier (Tamman)
Audio: Audio: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 1 (37 MB)
Audio: Audio: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 2 (42 MB)
Audio: Audio: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 4 (30 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 1 (96 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 2 (108 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 3 (79 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 4 (79 MB)
Audio: Audio: Web 2.0 Politics and Money - Part 3 (30 MB)
SEMINAR: Election ‘08: Covering Politics in Cyberspace

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