About 20 Knight Alumni and Fellows converged on a big-windowed workspace in San Francisco’s South of Market district on a recent Thursday night.
The award recognizes Aaron Huey’s work on “In the Shadow of Wounded Knee,” National Geographic magazine’s cover story in August 2012.
“Michelle Johnson has a legacy of being an effective team member and team leader.”
This disconnect between good intentions and real needs can be resolved if trainers take time to observe, listen and learn about the challenges that confront journalists who work outside of the English-speaking world.
I knew I had more to share than the newspaper could accommodate, but it wasn’t clear what form that might take.
Scholars and researchers are most often simply used as sources for journalists. We believe that we can do more by collaborating.
Central American digital newspaper founded by a Knight Fellow wins two human rights awards for reporting in one of the world’s most dangerous regions.
Former Knight Fellow Jaime Mantilla of Ecuador has been elected president of the Inter American Press Association.
The founder of the Public Insight Network explains why he quit his day job, and why journalists are still not getting the full picture.
Publisher and editor of noted Native American newspaper is new president of the UNITY journalism coalition.
The large number of Knight Fellows present and past attending and participating in this year’s Online News Association Conference reflects their deep involvement in journalism innovation and the evolution of the industry.
Alumni Updates is the start of something new: a place for you to read news and notes about PJF and Knight Fellow alumni, get the latest scoop on the upcoming 8th Knight Fellowships Reunion, have a direct link to the Knight Alumni Facebook group and more.
The 8th quadrennial Knight Fellowships Reunion is next summer, July 11-14, 2013.
Joan Úbeda’s documentary “The Light Bulb Conspiracy” has been a wild success, winning awards and enlightening citizens across the globe.