About

Please direct any inquires about this project to:

Brant Houston
Chair, Network Steering Committee
brant dot houston at gmail dot com
217-333-7554

Building an Investigative News Network
Pocantico Esate
June 29 – July 1, 2009
Tarrytown, NY

A conference on new models for watchdog journalism at the Pocantico Conference Center

Sponsored by:
The Center for Public Integrity
The Center for Investigative Reporting

Generously Supported by:
The Rockerfeller Brothers Fund
The Surdna Foundation
The William Penn Foundation

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7 responses

28 06 2009
Deb

Interested learning more of the strategies that may be born of this conference, with extra interest in how they might be applied to medium/small media outlets on strict budgets.
Thank you.

1 07 2009
Mc Nelly Torres

Lots of great ideas flowing. Would like to know if there will be any support and guidance for those interested in starting a nonprofit to keep investigative reporting alive.

2 07 2009
Karl Idsvoog

Would love to help anyway I can. Currently, I’m in the Republic of Georgia
training journalists. Who do I talk to to get involved?

And here’s a story for you to enjoy from one of my independent study
students: http://www.kentnewsnet.com/terrorismpaper

3 07 2009
Cherie Davis

Breath of fresh air! Pls. keep me posted re: developments, sustainability, and opportunities. I’d like to participate and contribute to the extent possible. Thank you. Regards, Cherie Davis, cheriedavis4health@sbcglobal.net.

6 07 2009
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10 07 2009
Jason.t

I’m passionate about real journalism which is getting more “expensive” these days. Is there a way for laypeople to contribute time/effort/energy to this support network?

22 07 2009
Dennie Williams

Now that this organization has had all these deep discussions to help journalism become a better profession under these tight financial conditions with reporter-editor layoffs-buyouts and deep media cuts, what are you going to do about the situation!?

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