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The Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism Board of Directors met Friday, March 26 at the Iowa City Public Library.
Its first meeting marked the collaboration of some of the state and nation’s media and education leaders to form the new, non-profit and non-partisan news outlet that will serve the state of Iowa.
In addition to discussing the Center’s bylaws, ethics statements and goals, the Board elected its founding officers.
Posted June 5, 2010 Dear Friends of IowaWatch, Back in March, Daily Iowan reporter Danny Valentine walked into my office and dropped an envelope on my table. Inside were five, $100 bills. I want this to go to IowaWatch, he said. When I tried to give it back, he refused it. “I’ll just waste it,” […]
The Iowa Center is pleased to share that we are in the process of finalizing our Board of Directors, a list of dedicated journalists and educators in Iowa. The Directors will be announced later this month or in early March. We are grateful to have the investment of their time, experience and commitment. The Iowa […]
Planning for The Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism, an independent, nonprofit and nonpartisan news service, began in the spring of 2010. The effort is led by Stephen J. Berry, a Pulitzer-prize winning investigative journalist and an associate professor of journalism at The University of Iowa, and Robert Gutsche Jr., a University of Iowa Ph.D. […]