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Knight talk – The FOIA Machine

Knight talk – The FOIA Machine

Some of our most important stories are untold — buried in public documents stuffed away in government file cabinets around the world. Investigative reporter Djordje Padejski describes The Global FOIA Machine he is creating to liberate those documents. — at Stanford University.

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Being Knight fellow

Being Knight fellow

  Story behind the Pulitzer-winning stories: a conversation with Jeff Gottlieb, Ruben Vives and Paloma Esquivel of the Los Angeles Times. Gottlieb and Vives led a team that won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for exposing corruption in the small California city of Bell, where officials paid themselves exorbitant salaries funded by questionable fees … Continue reading »

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  •   An Evening With the Knights CDDRL Seminar Series DATE AND TIME February 16, 2012 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM   Abstract: Stanford’s Knight fellowship program offers a unique opportunity for experienced journalists a space to rethink journalism by providing the space and time to innovate. Four teams of Knight fellows will share their ideas on using technology to push the boundaries of journalism. They will discuss ideas to empower non-professional journalists to create compelling news stories for the new media, using technology to share government information across boundaries, circumventing censorship and other ideas.   LOCATION Sloan Mathematics Center 450 Serra Mall, Bldg. 380 Room 380y Stanford University Stanford, CA 94305
  • March 20, 2012, Los Altos -  Djordje Padejski, John S. Knight Journalism Fellow, Stanford University From Eastern Europe to the United States: Why Investigative Journalism Matters in the Digital Age

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