Friday, May 19, noon to 2 p.m. via Zoom
Register now at: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_qVo0FspZSqGl625M3o7bpw
This program is presented by the New Hampshire Committee on the Judiciary and the Media and the Nackey Loeb School of Communication.
- Constitutional Rights: The NH and U.S. constitutions guarantee right of access to governmental proceedings, including the courts. A reminder of why our founders enshrined these rights, where to find that language in the state and federal constitutions and how those words guide and empower us today.
Attorneys Jeremy Eggleton and Katy Sullivan.
- Right to Access governmental proceedings: Governmental proceedings are presumed to be open to the public with a few limited exceptions. What are those exceptions and what to do if you believe an illegal meeting is/has taken place.
Attorneys Greg and Katy Sullivan.
- Right to Know: How to write an effective Right to Know request and how to challenge an unreasonable RTK request denial.
ACLU-NH attorney Gilles Bissonnette and NH Bulletin reporter Annmarie Timmons.
- Meet: NH’s RTK Ombudsman Thomas Kehr
- Important recent NH Supreme Court decisions: Several recent NH supreme court cases have greatly improved access for journalists and the public to police personnel records. Here’s what you should know.
- RTK legislation of interest: Annmarie Timmons
Free, Online Spring Classes at the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications
MANCHESTER, NH – Registration is now open for online and in-person Spring classes at the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications. Classes are free and open to all and require pre-registration.
The upcoming Spring classes include the School’s first-ever class in using artificial intelligence in communications, the first hands-on video production class at Concord Community TV, the fourth session of Community Journalism, this class focused on local government and taught by a journalist-turned-elected official, and a new class in storytelling and branding.
You can learn more about the class offerings and register at loebschool.org. Upcoming Spring Loeb School offerings include the following:
Introduction to Video Production
IN-PERSON at the Concord Community Television Studios, Concord, NH
Tuesday evenings: May 16, 23, 30, and June 6, 2023
with Producer and Director Josh Hardy
ONLINE, Wednesday evenings: May 17, 24, 31 and June 7, 2023
with veteran journalist Bill Chaisson
Elevate Your Brand with Storytelling
ONLINE, Thursday, May 25
with SNHU Associate VP of Communications Lauren Keane
Smarter, Not Harder: Learn How AI Can Help You Work More Efficiently
ONLINE, Tuesday, June 6, 2023
with AI experimenter Ryan Hvizda
The Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications promotes and defends the First Amendment and fosters interest, integrity and excellence in journalism and other forms of communication by educating students of various ages and providing them with the tools and knowledge to improve their skill. Learn more about the School at loebschool.org.
First Lunch and Learn focused on suicide reporting
Recently, the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications and the Granite State News Collaborative teamed up to offer a Lunch & Learn series for journalists.
First of these was Reporting on Suicide, held on April 13, in partnership with NAMI-NH.
We would like to share the presentation and tipsheets from that event with you and your newsrooms.
Feel free to contact Melanie Plenda at The Granite State News Collaborative to make suggestions for future topics or to add your contact information for invitations.