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You’re Invited: 2002 Batten Awards and Symposium

The Pew Center for Civic Journalism invites you to listen to the legacy…”CIVIC JOURNALISM: CELEBRATING THE PAST; FOCUSING ON THE FUTURE”

The 2002 James K. Batten Awards and Symposium for Excellence in Civic Journalism

Monday, April 22, 2002

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School of Journalism and Mass Communication

The symposium will showcase the impact of 10 years of civic journalism experiments in newsrooms around the country. And it will look at the future of interactive journalism.

Featured presenters include: Walker Lundy, Rebecca Rimel, Hodding Carter III, Jennie Buckner, Frank Denton, Dennis Hartig, Steve Smith, Dan Suwyn, Gary Walker, Chris Satullo, Jack Nelson, Ferrel Guillory, Jay Rosen, Esther Thorson, Lewis Friedland, Philip Meyer, Gil Thelen, Stan Strick, Jon Greenberg, Martha Steffens, Ed Fouhy and Buzz Merritt.

The winners of the Batten Award will be announced March 21. In addition to sharing the $25,000 in prize money, winners will be honored at the symposium.

The event is free. Full Agenda and Registration at:
http://www.pewcenter.org/batten/2002awards.html

The Batten Award Winners: http://www.pewcenter.org/about/pr_batten2002.html

Press Release: http://www.pewcenter.org/about/pr_batten02unc.html

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Rebecca Wyhof
Communications Director
Pew Center for Civic Journalism
1101 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 420
Washington, DC 20036
202-331-3200

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