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Director of Journalism Projects
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Director of Journalism Projects for the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program.
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Documentary about Virtual Newsroom at American University in Cairo Premieres Today

“Virtual Journalism: Inside the Virtual Newsroom of the American University in Cairo,” a documentary covering the launch of AUC’s virtual newsroom, premiered today at the Virtual Journalism Conference at the Murrow School of Journalism at Washington State University. A nice write-up of the premier and the broader project, a collaboration between Forum members Larry Pintak of the Kamal Adham Center for Journalism and Research and Dancing Ink Productions’ Joshua Fouts, appears on… Continue

Posted on April 7, 2009 at 4:30pm

Conference Background Readings

The following links constitute a set of background readings for the 2009 Arab-US. Media Forum and are intended as an introduction and a common starting point for the sessions in Washington on April 13-15. These readings examine (directly or indirectly) the ways in which media may be used to enlighten and engage, and to improve the access to, and the quality of, information that Arabs and Americans receive about one another. Implicit in each selection is an expectation that the evolving social… Continue

Posted on April 6, 2009 at 4:00am

Get to Know the 2009 Forum and its Participants

Very shortly, I will be posting the first set of links to recommended background reading and viewing to help participants prepare for the 2009 Forum. In the meantime, I'd like to make the following suggestions to get you started:



1. Read through the published reports of the Arab-US Media Forum, which include summaries of the topics covered, issues raised and recommendations made to date. There are three reports, each accessible via the buttons on the right side of the main page: Dead… Continue

Posted on April 1, 2009 at 5:51pm

Welcome to the Arab-US Media Alliance social network!

Welcome to the Arab-US Media Alliance social network, created for participants and alumni of the Aspen Institute’s Arab-U.S. Media Forum as a resource to (1) find and share information, (2) develop professional relationships and collaborations, and (3) extend the reach and impact of Forum activities beyond the physical and temporal boundaries of the conference.



We believe that connecting critical media players from each region and drawing from the deep well of talent and experience… Continue

Posted on March 28, 2009 at 8:30pm

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At 2:58am on May 17, 2009, rafed altemeemi said…
thank you for add me
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At 4:47pm on April 1, 2009, Craig Newmark said…
thanks! can I let journalists know about this, or even Twitter it?

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