General news updates from the Pulitzer Center.
Nathalie Applewhite joins panel on Media and Development, International Aid & Trade conference International Aid & Trade is the world's leading forum for humanitarian relief professionals to network, communicate, build partnerships and share knowledge. It brings together procurement professionals, product & service providers and thought leaders from the whole industry.
Time and Location: 16.00-17.30, Friday the 10th July
Area C The Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, Washington D.C., USA
Global Gateway at Asia Society Forum: "Putting the World into World-Class Education" The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting is excited to be a part of the July 9-11 Asia Society Forum for Policymakers and Practitioners, "Putting the World into World-Class Education."
The Pulitzer Center is among 25 nonprofit journalism organizations that Wednesday concluded a three-day conference with the endorsement of The Pocantico Declaration: Creating a Nonprofit Investigative News Network. The declaration marks a vital step in harnessing the energy of new journalism initiatives across the country to give Americans the watchdog reporting that is essential if our democracy is to thrive.
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting joins in the June 29 launch of Reporters' Center, the latest venture from YouTube's News and Politics Channel. The channel serves to bridge the gap between citizens and traditional news outlets.
"For the first time on YouTube, veteran journalists are making themselves openly available to aspiring reporters around the world who want to report on the news and events happening around them," said Steve Grove, head of news and politics at YouTube.
Pulitzer Center-supported documentary "La Hoya," Gabrielle Weiss' film about Bolivia's coca culture, was shown at the Philanthropy New York documentary series. This series invites funders, non-profit colleagues, and other friends to view award-winning documentaries that will help funders and other stakeholders think about alternative mediums for promoting their missions.
The Oscar-winning documentary "Smile Pinki" was also shown.
The event will be held at The Paley Center for Media in New York City.
Video footage, transcripts, photographs, and other materials from the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Future of Ethical Journalism Conference are now available online. Footage from the panel on "Surviving the Media Carnage: Pathways to Good Journalism," which featured Executive Director Jon Sawyer along with Clark Hoyt, the public editor of the New York Times, Phil Rosenthal from the Chicago Tribune, and Kathy Bisson of Wisonsin Public Television, is available
GlobalGiving will host a screening of a video from the Pulitzer Center-sponsored project, "Olga's Girls."
Two Pulitzer Center-supported films won honors at the 9th Annual Media That Matters Film Festival June 3. Jennifer Redfearn's "The Next Wave," a short version of "Sun Come Up," her film on the effects of climate change on the native inhabitants of the Carteret Islands, won the Jury Award. Gabrielle Weiss' "La Hoja," on coca leaf farmers and the coca industry in Bolivia, won the Unspoken Truth Award. Congratulations, Jennifer and Gabrielle!
Jon Sawyer speaks about how to get funding for individual investigative journalism projects in Baltimore on June 12 as part of the Investigative Reporters and Editors 2009 conference.
The afternoon panel, entitled "Funding your work 1: sources that can help with individual projects," will feature:
Since 2006, the annual Beyond Broadcast conference has explored the evolution of participatory digital public media. This year's conference, titled "Public Service Media from Local to Global," brings this ongoing conversation to the world stage, examining these issues from a global perspective.