Tuesday, April 15

Edwin R. Bayley Library

3:15 Ì¢‰â‰” 4:45 p.m.: Databases, The Information Angle, and ProgrammersÌ¢‰â‰”a Reality Check

Matt Chittum, The Roanoke Times DataSphere

6:30 Ì¢‰â‰” 8:00 p.m.: I know I asked for ice, but this is ridiculous: thriving amidst media chaos

Paul Saffo, Consulting Associate Professor in the Engineering School, Stanford University

(Not webcast at presesnter’s request)

Wednesday, April 16

Edwin R. Bayley Library

12:30 Ì¢‰â‰” 1:45 p.m.: Visual Urban Data: A Journey Through Oakland Crimespotting

Michal Migurski, Stamen Design

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6:30 Ì¢‰â‰” 8:00 p.m.: Community JournalismÌ¢‰â” Annoyance or Opportunity?

Kate Everett Thorp, RealGirlsMedia

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Thursday, April 17

Edwin R. Bayley Library

12:30 Ì¢‰â‰” 1:45 p.m.: 100 Megabits across the Digital Divide, New Market Opportunities

Brewster Kahle, Founder, Internet Archive

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6:45 Ì¢‰â‰” 8:15 p.m. Ì¢‰â‰” Databases and the News: A Industry Survey Report

Steve Buttry, Director Tailored Programs, American Press Institute

Friday, April 18

Edwin R. Bayley Library

9:00 Ì¢‰â‰” 10:30 a.m.: Technologies, Techniques and Strategies for Hyper-local News

Logan Molen, Vice President Interactive Media, The Bakersfield Californian

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12:30 Ì¢‰â‰” 2:00 p.m.: Managing Change in the Newsroom

Shawn McIntosh, Director of Culture and Change, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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SPONSORED BY

UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, the Knight Foundation and the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation

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