*+-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: [email protected] (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.