IndyArts: Journalism Innovations III

Journalism Innovations III * April 30-May 2, 2010 ?Fromm Hall, University of San Francisco (Parker x Golden Gate Google map)? ?Produced by the G.W. Williams Center for Independent Journalism, Independent Arts & Media, Society of Professional Journalists-Northern California, University of San Francisco.

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Contents:??1) UPDATED & printable schedule online?2) UNCONFERENCE: RemakeCamp joins Ji3 May 2!?3) SIGN UP for speed-career counseling!?4) EXHIBIT your media service, site, project
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1) Ji3 Event Schedule, April 30-May 2?Ji3 offers a panoply of discussion and speakers. PANELS: “Fasten Your Sealtbelts! New Journalism Takes Off,” “Doing Hyperlocal,” “Arts Journalism 2.0,” “Tax Issues for Freelancers,” “The Art of Access,” Data to Diamonds,” “International News in the 21st Century,” “News Co-ops, New Networks & New Public Media,” and many more. PRESENTERS: Davey D, Joan Walsh (Salon.com), Robert Rosenthal (Center for Investigative Reporting), Michael Stoll (SF Public Press, SF Panorama), David Cohn (Spot.Us), Juan Gonzales (El Tecolote), Brant Houston (Investigative News Network) and many more.
 
2) UNCONFERENCE: ReMake Camp follows Ji3 at 1pm May 2?RemakeCamp: an Unconference on future of journalism and online media, happens May 2, 2010, 1pm – 6pm, University of San Francisco, on the heels of Ji3. RemakeCamp brings together professional journalists and technologists to share insider knowledge. The event is free and will consist of 5-minute talks and an interactive panel discussion (everyone in audience is answering the same questions in real time). Over 80 people currently registered represent Stanford, Berkeley, SFGate, Examiner.com, Facebook, Yahoo, Google, SF Public Press, Spot.us, AllThingsD, GigaOm network, ShareThis, PBWorks, TwitterTim.es, Meehive and more.
 
3) Speed Career Coaching May 1?Speed Coaching Sessions with professional Career Counselors are 15-20 minutes long. Sessions are free on a first come, first served basis — pre-registration is required! Bring your resume and be sure to get your actual appointment time when you register on Saturday morning.
 
4) Exhibit Your Project or Service @ Ji3?Journalism Innovations is the West Coast’s premiere showcase for groundbreaking journalism ideas, media innovation, reportorial practice and community networking.??Do you run an innovative media project, offer a technology or support service, or need partners or clients? Tables range from $50-$500, based on budget, and will be in the main entrance area for the conference, (Fromm Hall, USF campus) between the registration table and the plenary conference rooms — a high-traffic setting putting you in direct contact with a wide variety of journalists, academics, advocates, citizens and students.??There are only 14 exhibitor tables total. Register today!