Speakers

Daniel Lathrop

investigative CAR reporter, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Daniel Lathrop joined the Seattle Post-Intelligencer in July 2006 as a computer-assisted reporting member of the watchdog/investigative team. Earlier, Lathrop was database editor at the Center for Public Integrity. He worked on such award-winning projects as "Personal Politics," which won an Association of Capitol Reporters and Editors first place for in-depth reporting online, and Sigma Delta Chi public service award in online journalism; and "The Politics of Oil," which was honored as a finalist in online media by Investigative Reporters and Editors, and given the Society of Environmental Journalists national award for outstanding online reporting. The Center's PublicIntegrity.org also won the 2005 Edward R. Murrow award for excellence online, non-broadcast affiliated. Lathrop joined the Center in 2003 as a senior researcher, moving up the next year to assistant database editor with a focus on lobbying, state politics and the telecommunications industry. Previously, he was a reporter at the Daytona Beach (FL) News-Journal and the (Ames, IA) Tribune. Lathrop earned a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from Haverford College.


KDMC Sessions

Working With the Raw Data
April 21, 2007, 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
SEMINAR: Election ‘08: Covering Politics in Cyberspace

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

Campaign Finance Laws and Loopholes
April 20, 2007, 6:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Word Document: Downloading Campaign Finance Reports from Cal-Access (Campbell)
Word Document: Money in state politics slide notes (Campbell)
PowerPoint: Beyond Campaign Finance: Prepping for an election in a battleground state (Tamman)
PDF: The long, long, long (really, really long), painfully long road to election day 2008 (Pilhofer)
PowerPoint: Money in state politics (Campbell)
PDF: The FEC’s Electronic Filing Site, Part I: A guided tour (Pilhofer)
PDF: The FEC’s Electronic Filing Site, Part II: Downloading, Importing (Pilhofer)
Audio: Audio: Laws and Loopholes - Part 2 (36 MB)
Audio: Audio: Laws and Loopholes - Part 3 (88 MB)
Audio: Audio: Laws and Loopholes - Part 1 (36 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Laws and Loopholes - Part 2 (91 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Laws and Loopholes - Part 1 (96 MB)
Windows Media Video: Video: Laws and Loopholes - Part 3 (229 MB)
SEMINAR: Election ‘08: Covering Politics in Cyberspace

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