Norwich University School of Architecture + Art will host a symposium on Community Arts: Authenticity and Identity on Friday, Feb. 7, from 2 – 4 p.m. in the Chaplin Hall Gallery.
A group of Vermont’s top journalists from print, broadcast and web media will gather at Johnson State College on Friday, Nov. 1, for Community Journalism Day, co-sponsored by the Vermont Press Association and the college’s Communications & Community Media program.
For immediate release Feb. 6, 2012 Contact Helen Labun Jordan e-Vermont Project Director Phone: (802) 225-6091 Email: Helen@vtrural.org (Montpelier, VT) – Anne Galloway, award-winning journalist and founder/editor of VTDigger.org, will be the keynote speaker at Vermont Communities in a Digital Age. This all-day workshop, presented by the e-Vermont Community Broadband Project, takes place February 16 […]
On February 16 e-Vermont will host Vermont Communities in a Digital Age to highlight some of the projects taking place and bring leaders and learners together to share what they have discovered so far.
The news editors and reporters discussed Gov. Jim Douglas’ farewell, the inauguration of Gov. Peter Shumlin and the prospects for the new governor’s ambitious agenda.
Listen in for a conversation with Galloway and Johnson about the upcoming legislative session, Gov. Jim Douglas’ farewell, the state’s $150 million budget gap, Vermont Yankee and Gov.-elect Peter Shumlin’s transition.
Vermont Journalism Trust will be the umbrella organization for VTDigger.org. The web site will continue to operate under the VTDigger.org moniker.
Sure. I wish AnyoneButDubie didn’t have to exist. And I wish butterflies would land on my face each morning and wake me with the flutter of their wings.But there needs to be a level playing field, and once Vermont’s Lt. Gov., Brian Dubie, hired Harris Media in Austin, Texas — a communications firm that specializes in attacking Democrats with emotionally charged, incendiary ads — he set the bar pretty low.
Questions about the Burwell case abound. The judge’s ruling almost guarantees that they will not be answered.
The five journalists commented on the Democratic gubernatorial candidates’ historically expensive and intense (though remarkably barb-free) 5-way race.