Short talks delivered at the conclusion of the fellowship year.
Hirsch makes the argument that news organizations are trying to do too much in the digital realm
Izama discusses a free-press effort in collaboration with a Ugandan organization to add tracking of journalist harassment to its monitoring efforts during elections
Larrubia discusses a re-imagined platform for online discussions of current events
Ly discusses her online platform connecting California journalists with nonprofit groups that serve immigrants.
Mafort discusses her framework for the coverage of natural disasters and humanitarian emergencies using social networks and social media.
Toward A Brighter Digital Future in Local NPR News offers innovation and leadership strategies for local newsrooms.
McCue discusses his online toolkit for reporters on covering the Aboriginal peoples in Canada.
Mehta discusses his interactive documentary project to capture and preserve the millions of videos, photos, e-mails and tweets created by Egyptians during the historic 2011 uprising.
Muradyan discusses iReport, an instructive, competitive social game aimed at mobilizing Armenian Internet users in citizen journalism.
Norris discusses CrowdTrust which manages crowdsourcing projects through dynamic social networks of verified topic experts and user communities.
Pinheiro discusses a web portal to engage Latino media professionals, bloggers, freelancers, artists and community activists in conversation and exchange of information.
Smith explores business models for individual journalists as a way of sustaining journalism as a whole.
Soderberg discusses a mobile news tip submission and sorting system to allow newsrooms to incorporate citizen reports during breaking news events.
Soskin discusses interactive documentaries — those featuring some level of participation by the viewer
Vázquez discusses an interactive digital space to improve communications and debate among Cuban bloggers.