PCCJ

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PCCJPew Center for Civic Journalism (College Park, MD)
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Jan Schaffer, former director of the Pew Center for Civic Journalism and current executive director of J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism, calls Smith "one of the leading civic journalists in the country.
Jan Schaffer is executive director of J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism at the University of Maryland, a spin-off of the Pew Center for Civic Journalism.
The Pew Center for Civic Journalism and the Project on Public Life and the Press disappeared ingloriously.
43) Pat Ford of the Pew Center for Civic Journalism explored five public journalism efforts whose success was described in terms of their ability to create community organizations that endured beyond the immediate scope of the newspaper's project.
It has done enough damage -- thanks to hundreds of thousands of dollars flowing to newsrooms from the Pew Center for Civic Journalism.
Ed Fouhy, former CBS News vice president and founder of the Pew Center for Civic Journalism, makes a similar and even broader-ranging indictment of the news media.
Journalism Interactive: New Attitudes, Tools and Techniques Change Journalism's Landscape," from the Pew Center for Civic Journalism, gives new relevance and meaning to advocacy journalism.
In late February 2000, the Pew Center for Civic Journalism reported the results of five public opinion surveys showing that issues such as sprawl, unfettered growth, and traffic congestion had edged out mote traditional issues such as crime, the economy, and even education.
Sprawl is now a bread-and-butter community issue, like crime," said Jan Schaffer, executive director of the Pew Center for Civic Journalism.
Civic Journalism: Six Case Studies: A Joint Report by the Pew Center for Civic Journalism and the Poynter Institute for Media Studies.
The chief Washington correspondent of the Los Angeles Times, Jack Nelson, has accepted the post of chairman of the advisory committee of the Pew Center for Civic Journalism.
The Pew Center for Civic Journalism asked Richard Harwood, whose firm specializes in public listening, to convene fifteen conversations among Americans about their deepest concerns.