SELECT PUBLIC APPEARANCES

August 2019                      

Moderator, “Things I Used to Teach I No Longer Believe.”
Jhistory Panel, AEJMC, Toronto

 

August 2019                      
Invited speaker, “Standing Out in a Search: Get that Job.”
AEJMC, Toronto

October 2018                     

Keynote Address
State House Journalism Symposium, Montpelier, Vt.

 

August 2018                      

Moderator, “Objectivity and Race: Past, Present, Future.”
Jhistory Panel, AEJMC, Washington, DC

 

August 2018                      

Panelist, “Temple Wins the AEJMC Equity and Diversity Award.”
AEJMC, Washington, DC

 

August 2018                      

Panelist, “Contextualizing Media Credibility in 2018.”
AEJMC, Washington, DC

August 2016

Moderator, “Which Lives Matter?” Jhistory Panel, AEJMC, Minneapolis

 

August 2016

Appearances on and mentions in Vermont Public Radio, Wisconsin Public Radio, Cleveland Public Radio, Pacifica Radio, WCAX-TV, the New York Times, and the Burlington Free Press

August 2015 

Award winner, presenter: “Project Reports from 2015 Senior Scholars.” AEJMC, San Francisco 

 

August 2015

Moderator, “Journalism, Disruption, and the Frontiers of Change.” Jhistory Panel, AEJMC, San Francisco 

 

August 2014

Moderator,  “A History of Our Attention Span,” Jhistory Panel, AEJMC, Montreal 

 

August 2013

Moderator,  “Emerging Scholars and Senior Scholars,” AEJMC, Washington, D.C.

 

August 2013

Panelist,  “Enlarging the Sphere of Legit. Controversy,” AEJMC, Washington, D.C.

 

August 2012

Moderator, “Digital Overload and Digital Fasts: Balancing the Need to Stay Connected with the Need for Grounding and Reflection” Jhistory panel, AEJMC, Chicago

 

October 2012

“In Vermont, a Venerable Paper Fights for Readers,” New York Times

 

July 2009                                    

“Can Journalists be Both Contributors and Critics?” Poynter Online

 

2008

Interview, Marketplace radio, NPR 1/08

Speaker “We the People: In Search of the Common Good” series, Exeter, N.H., 2/08

Assembly speaker, Phillips Exeter, N.H., 2/08

Carnegie Distinguished Lecturer, University of Texas, 3/08

 

2007

Keynote speaker, Conference on antebellum and Civil War Press, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 10/07

Classroom visit about Tuned Out, Brandeis University, 10/07

 

2006

Talks, University of Vermont, 2/06

Keynote, New England Newspaper Assn., 3/06

Talk, Poynter Institute, 3/06

Talk, University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis, 3/06

Keynote, Goshen College, Indiana, 3/06

Talk, South Bend Tribune 3/06

Talk, USA Today 5/06

Talk, Plattsburgh, 9/06

Discussion about young people and the news, Spokesman Review, Spokane, Washington, 9/06

Keynote speaker, Constitution Day, Whitworth College, Washington, 9/06

Talk, Kansas State, 10/06

Keynote speaker, Youth Indifference to News Conference, University of Georgia, 10/06

 

2005

Interview, Columbia Journalism School Radio (2/12)

Discussion, New York Times marketing and circulation (3/15)

Speaker, API, Reston, Virginia (4/3)

Keynote Speaker, Northeast Media Literacy Conference (4/14)

Panelist, BEA convention, Las Vegas (4/21)

Off-the-record mini-conference with top media executives, convened by the Museum of Television and Radio's Media Center (5/20)

New Hampshire Democratic club (5/24)

Interview, WBAL (6/22)

Keynote speaker, NNA, Milwaukee (9/28)

Radio interview, KTSA San Antonio

Switchboard, Vermont Public Radio (7/05)

Interview, Newsday (8/21)

Interview, Orlando Sentinel (8/21)

Media Channel (8/22)

Talks and workshops, Kingsland-Oxford (9/05)

Radio interview, KTSA San Antonio (9/05)

Keynote speaker, NNA, Milwaukee (9/05)

 

2004

Speech to the Vermont Press Association (9/16)

Radio Times, WHYY, Philadelphia Public Radio, (9/29)

Panelist, Philadelphia Council of World Affairs (9/29)

Wisconsin Public Radio (10/4)

Mindich on Switchboard, Vermont Public Radio (10/7)

Talk and book signing: Overseas Press Club (NYC, 11/9)

Rebroadcast on C-SPAN2

 

2001

Appearance on CNN (12/6)

 

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