Past Events


2005 board election results;
Veteran reporter Bruce Dunford retires;
Thanks to 2004 contest judges
Design workshop



50 journalists learn how to juggle a beat with investigative reporting in a daylong Better Watchdog program by IRE on Nov. 8
Chapter receives first national award from SPJ because of Gridiron show and the internship program
Census workshop: How to get stories out of the figures, Sept. 3 at UH
Veteran NBC newsman Sander Vanocur gives the annual FOI Day talk at a noon luncheon March 12 at the Hawaii Imin International Conference Center at Jefferson Hall, Garden Level
New York Times Associate Editor Frank Rich talks about news 24/7
Peter Phillips of Project Censored speaks about new media democracy is spreading over the world



"Campaigns: Where to Draw the Line" held at the Richards Street YWCA
The Hawaii Chapter co-sponsored a lecture by Helen Thomas, former dean of the White House Press Corps, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 23

Dobelle vows openness at FOI Day talk

Smyser honored at annual meeting

Jeff Alan gives tips from his book 'Responsible Journalism'
Shapiro shows Da Write Stuff;
National president sends letter to Nauru objecting to exclusion of correspondent from covering a forum;
Chapter sends letter to Nauru questioning the banning of the correspondent from covering the Pacific Islands Forum;
Shapiro holds writing seminars "Da Write Stuff" Aug. 11 and Aug. 25


Portnoy talks about latest local developments in freedom of information on July 13;

Thank you to the judges of the San Diego news contest;

Sign up for the annual awards dinner June 23;

Census Bureau workshop May 5; Tentative Gridiron Show dates of Oct. 19-20;

Excellence in Journalism Contest; Shapiro, Tao are first inductees into the SPJ-Hawaii Hall of Fame;

2001 election results



3. Past Events: Thanks to the contest judges in 2000;

CAYETANO says it's important to get his message out;

Whether open votes should be taken in conference committees at the Legislature. Ihara, Case and Van Dyke explore the issue;

PORTNOY: It's not what you report but how you get the information -- that can get you in trouble;

Covering the Xerox shootings;

Summer interns talk about experiences;

Cayetano says just call him if you're having a hard time getting information;

FOI Day awards;

KELLNER honored;

RODRIGUES on media relationships;


Covering spouses;

NFOIC president's talk;

Tribute to KIT SMITH


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