On December 16, 2013, Svetlana Svistunova, The Russian Union of Journalists, held a Train the Trainer Session in Moscow, Russia.
The platforms of journalism are changing, and the financial model of journalism in certainly changing, but the quality of journalism exemplified by these winners – and the superb applicants who did not hit the top rung – should give hope to those who embrace NPF’s vision that journalism is an essential tool in creating and nurturing democratic vales.
This fall the National Press Foundation sponsored two participants to attend the Wharton Seminars for Business Journalists. Eric Morath of The Wall Street Journal and Kate Davidson of POLITICO, attended lectures for four days at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton Business School.
WASHINGTON: Philanthropist and financial investor Evelyn Y. Davis and the Evelyn Y. Davis Foundation have given a $1 million grant to the National Press Foundation to create state of the art digital broadcast studios. In appreciation the foundation will name the facility the Evelyn Y. Davis Studios, which will be used to record and edit NPF’s increasing number of digital presentations.
Earlier Blog Posts
NPF STRONGLY ENDORSES CPJ RECOMMENDATIONS ON PRESS…
October 11, 2013
Orwell in Washington
October 9, 2013
2013 Awards Dinner Award Applications are Open and…
October 2, 2013
New Kid on the News Block
August 15, 2013
NPF award winner Helen Thomas dies at the age of 92
July 22, 2013