Amy Mertl, Boston University graduate student, MGP2006 alum and videographer for the May 17,2007 NENF session at the Boston Public library.
Callie Crossley, of WGBH's "Beat the Press" weekly media review, and NPR, left, with Stephen J. Simurda, journalism lecturer at UMass Amherst and moderator of the May 17 session.
Pete Stidman, of the Alliance for Community Media, and a reporter for the Jamaica Plain Gazette, in that Boston neighborhood, speaking at NENF event May 17 at the Boston Public Library.
Panelists at the May 17 NENF forum at the Boston Public Library are, from left, Lisa Williams of H20town.info; Callie Crossley of WGBH-TV's "Beat the Press"; John Wilpers, editor, BostonNOW. Not shown to right: Ellen Human of the New England Ethnic Media Wire and UMass Boston.
Poppy Patterson, of Glastonbury, Conn., testifies about the need for more involvement by journalists in the classroom during the May 17, 2007, New England News Forum event at the Boston Public Library.
Testimony and discussion underway May 17, 2007 at the Boston Public Library at the first "Civic News Library Listening Series," organized by the New England News Forum. http://www.newenglandnews.org/?q=library
Mark Tomizawa, an advertising-agency executive from Brookline and former TV news producer, testifies during the the NENF session May 17, 2007 at the Boston Public Library.
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Panelists at the May 17 NENF forum at the Boston Public Library are, from left, Lisa Williams of H20town.info; Callie Crossley of WGBH-TV's "Beat the Press"; John Wilpers, editor, BostonNOW; and Ellen Human of the New England Ethnic Media Wire and UMass Boston. Looking on from the podium is Stephen Simurda, UMass Amherst journalism lecturer and the event moderator.
The offices of John Wilpers, editor of BostonNOW, overlook the golden dome of the Massachusetts State House.
Kevin Clay, a senior at Emerson College in Boston, is New England correspondent from Public News Service, a Colorado-based non-profit which provides audio stories for radio stations about social and environmental issues of interest to its donors. firstname.lastname@example.org