National Press Club

  • 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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  • Closing Journalism’s Gender Gap: A Forum on Women and Leadership
    Closing Journalism’s Gender Gap: A Forum on Women and Leadership

    June 30, 2014

    The National Press Club Journalism Institute partnered with The Poynter Institute on a forum focused on newsroom culture as it pertains to women, a subject invigorated by the firing of New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson.

    Panelists included Carolyn Ryan, Washington bureau chief for The New York Times; Susan Goldberg,…

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  • NPC Professional Development Event - Seth Goldman, "Mission In a Bottle"
    NPC Professional Development Event - Seth Goldman, "Mission In a Bottle"

    September 17, 2013

    Seth Goldman, TeaEO of Honest Tea, discusses his book, "Mission in a Bottle: The Honest Guide to Doing Business Differently – and Succeeding." Gary Hirshberg, co-founder and chairman of the board of Stonyfield Farm, Inc., joined Goldman for an engaging discussion examining the challenges faced by mission-driven enterprises in a…

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  • NPC Professional Development: How to Get on TV
    NPC Professional Development: How to Get on TV

    June 4, 2013

    "How to Get on TV" - A lively discussion explaining how to get the attention of bookers as an expert, and stay on their list.

    Panelists include: Jonathan Capehart, Washington Post opinion writer and member of the editorial board and an MSNBC contributor; Lucy Spiegel, Executive Director, Contributors and…

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  • Following the Money: A Post-Mortem on 2012 and a Look to What's Next
    Following the Money: A Post-Mortem on 2012 and a Look to What's Next

    December 4, 2012

    The National Press Club Journalism Institute and the club's Professional Development Committee look at campaign fundraising in the 2012 election and offer advice on covering the avalanche of money in the future. The session originally took place Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012.

    Panelists include:

    Trevor Potter, former Federal Election Commission chairman, president of…

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  • How to Best Engage Readers Through Google News
    How to Best Engage Readers Through Google News

    September 19, 2011

    Google's algorithms work to surface unique content that match searcher needs in both web search and Google News, but news-specific ranking takes into account additional facets such as spikes in interest, recency, and authority. Google faces additional hurdles in indexing news content. For instance, Google can't access content behind paywalls.…

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  • Who needs newspapers? A Report on the Profession
    Who needs newspapers? A Report on the Profession

    May 23, 2011

    Paul Steinle and Sara Brown, who have been assessing newspapers across the country for the past year, present a report on the state of the industry and emerging trends.

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