Short talks delivered at the conclusion of the fellowship year.
Fernandes wants to help people who are capturing news on their mobile phones learn basic journalism standards, gain technical skills and connect with traditional media.
Ferrell describes an intriguing social platform solution he and two other Knight Fellows are developing to improve trust and transparency in online commenting.
Holmes is creating a solution that uses technology to create new kinds of collaborations between media companies and their audiences.
Hu Ben describes a simple solution that can overcome China’s sophisticated Internet censorship system.
Huey confesses to a shortcoming in his work and reveals a revolutionary solution he’s first launching in collaboration with National Geographic magazine.
Jorge Imbaquingo loves investigative journalism, but is concerned about important documents that are not being shared with the audience.
McClure advocates that newspapers tap into one resource they still have in abundance, right in their organizations: extensive archives of high-quality information.
While exploring ways to expand and sustain his America in Arabic News Agency, Emad Mekay stumbled upon a story that led him to bigger goals and dreams for the agency.
The reputation, influence and reach of mainstream media is in steep decline. How can the mainstream media get back its mojo?
Newton is passionate about finding ways to help people interact with news in public spaces and getting us out of our narrow circles of interest.
Núñez makes a compelling argument about the power of harnessing the universal language of data.
Some of our most important stories are untold — buried in public documents stuffed away in government file cabinets around the world.
Journalist Judith Torrea makes a passionate case for bringing broader attention and support for independent women bloggers in conflict zones.
Veltman loves singing, storytelling and connecting people to the arts through her journalism.
Williams makes the case for simple changes news organizations could make to protect sources who send information to them online.
Zielina makes a compelling case for freeing readers from the commenting threads that run below new site stories — and often devolve into name-calling.
Acharya discusses a web-based content exchange platform that will enhance the diversity of voices and issues by connecting radio stations and listeners in Nepal.
Archer discusses a digital comics platform that allows readers to explore news stories in innovative, interactive ways.
Duff-Brown discusses A Woman’s World, a digital prototype for sustained storytelling
Farano discusses ways to augment the news experience in the age of the tablet.
Ghazi discusses her project that creates a space in Pakistan’s mainstream media for young bloggers and online activists.