National Press Club

  • Can We Talk? Public Access, Security And Civility In A Hyper-Partisan Age
    Can We Talk? Public Access, Security And Civility In A Hyper-Partisan Age

    August 4, 2017

    In hopes of de-escalating the increasingly fraught relations between the press and the people they cover, the National Press Club’s nonprofit Journalism Institute on Aug. 4 convened Can We Talk?, an open meeting for newsmakers, the people who protect them and the people who cover them.

    After a year of violent…

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  • When Journalism Becomes the Story: How Does the Press Respond?
    When Journalism Becomes the Story: How Does the Press Respond?

    April 19, 2017

    Introduction: Kathy Kiely, Press Freedom Fellow, National Press Club Journalism Institute

    Panel I: When journalism becomes politicized: How is access being denied? Are reporters being threatened? What are beat reporters seeing-- or not seeing? What differs from past practice?

    · Moderator: Barbara Cochran, president, NPC Journalism Institute board of directors
    · Margaret…

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  • NPCJI Election Bootcamp: Covering Conventions
    NPCJI Election Bootcamp: Covering Conventions

    May 31, 2016

    With the Republicans meeting in Cleveland and the Democrats in Philadelphia, the National Press Club’s Journalism Institute focused on covering national party conventions as part of its series of Campaign Boot Camp programs.

    Get tips from veteran journalists about how to find stories inside and outside the convention hall, and find…

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  • NPCJI Panel Discussion: The Panama Papers
    NPCJI Panel Discussion: The Panama Papers

    May 12, 2016

    Journalists involved in the reporting of the Panama Papers data breach took part in a panel discussion sponsored by the National Press Club Journalism Institute. Speakers included reporters from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and McClatchy Newspapers. The Panama Papers is a leak of 11.5 million financial documents from the…

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  • Election Boot Camp: Understanding Convention Rules
    Election Boot Camp: Understanding Convention Rules

    May 5, 2016

    The Democrats may be facing a fight with the Sanders campaign’s manager saying they're not going away, that the superdelegates don't get counted until Philadelphia, so they are going to hold out hope they can flip some.

    In the Republican camp, while Trump won't have opposition, he still has to win…

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  • FOIA at 50
    FOIA at 50

    March 16, 2016

    On March 16, 2016, the National Press Club Journalism Institute hosted a panel of experts for a discussion on how the U.S. Freedom of Information Act is being applied and how it can be improved.

    FOIA is one of the most important tools at journalists’ disposal for uncovering government information. However,…

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  • Political TV Ad Archive Launch Event
    Political TV Ad Archive Launch Event

    January 22, 2016

    The Internet Archive launches the Political TV Ad Archive, an online, free digital library resource where reporters can find federal level political TV ads in key primary states in the 2016 elections, married with fact checking and information on the organizations funding the ads, along with downloadable metadata.

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  • Learn How to Cover Sexual Assault
    Learn How to Cover Sexual Assault

    January 8, 2016

    Perhaps no task is as daunting for reporters than interviewing a survivor of a sexual assault. A panel of experts addressed how best to avoid pitfalls that could compromise a good story or unnecessarily harm a survivor at a National Press Club Journalism Institute event on Jan. 8, 2016.

    Panelists included…

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  • Freelancers at Risk: Photojournalism and the Call for Global Safety Standards, Pt. 1
    Freelancers at Risk: Photojournalism and the Call for Global Safety Standards, Pt. 1

    April 23, 2015

    Part 1: Freelance Photography

    In light of the increasing brutality against journalists overseas, the Investigative Reporting Workshop, the National Press Club Journalism Institute and the Committee to Protect Journalists presented a frank conversation titled “Freelancers at Risk: Photojournalism and the Call for Global Safety Standards.” Panelists from journalism organizations in London,…

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  • Freelancers at Risk: Photojournalism and the Call for Global Safety Standards, Pt. 2
    Freelancers at Risk: Photojournalism and the Call for Global Safety Standards, Pt. 2

    April 23, 2015

    Part 2: Implementing the Guidelines

    In light of the increasing brutality against journalists overseas, the Investigative Reporting Workshop, the National Press Club Journalism Institute and the Committee to Protect Journalists presented a frank conversation titled “Freelancers at Risk: Photojournalism and the Call for Global Safety Standards.” Panelists from journalism organizations in…

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