Young Journalists

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Veralyn Williams, freelance TV and radio producer, reporter, editor and former Radio Rookies participant, Giovanni Mato, editor-in-chief of Word on the Street, a publication of the Youth Power Project at Make the Road NY, and Jennifer Nedbalsky, co-founder and organizer of the NYC Grassroots Media Coalition, preview the NYC Grassroots Media Conference on Saturday and share their views on the future of journalism.


Giovanni Mato, Jennifer Nedbalsky and Veralyn Williams
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Comments [4]

Tej from NYC

NYC Grassroots Media Conference
This Saturday, May 30 at Hunter College in Manhattan

General info, and to register:

Schedule of workshops:

May. 27 2009 11:45 AM
Bakery from Jersey City

Communication isn't a one way street. You can't just express your voice; you also need to listen!

May. 27 2009 11:41 AM
Andy from Brooklyn

Really? Our young journalists use the word "thing" as a catchall for when they can't remember the word they wanted to use? They fill out their sentences with "like," and talk in run-ons that lack anything near parallel structure?

May. 27 2009 11:40 AM

response to the snarky criticism of online activism, "slack tivism?"

May. 27 2009 11:35 AM

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