InDepthNH.org Salutes Five Reporters Chosen as NEFAI 2016 Fellows

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The New England First Amendment Institute selected 25 journalists for its sixth annual three-day investigative journalism program. Five were from New Hampshire.

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NHPR’s Peter Biello

Meghan Foley, Keene Sentinel

Meghan Foley, Keene Sentinel

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Tim Camerato, Valley News

Allie Morris, Concord Monitor

Allie Morris, Concord Monitor

Ella Nilsen, Concord Monitor

Ella Nilsen, Concord Monitor

 

 

 

 

I enjoyed a free-wheeling discussion in Dedham today with five New Hampshire reporters who were selected as 2016 New England First Amendment Institute Fellows.

Kindred spirits, they are New Hampshire reporters who really care about the public’s right to know. They are all terrific, talented journalists and I am sure you know their work already.

“Since 2011, we have provided this annual three-day investigative journalism training to some of the best and brightest journalists in the region,” said Justin Silverman, executive director of the New England First Amendment Coalition, in a welcoming letter to the 25 journalists from around New England. Five are from New Hampshire news outlets.

Photo from left: NHPR’s Peter Biello; Meghan Foley of the Keene Sentinel; Tim Camerato of the Valley News; Allie Morris and Ella Nilsen, both of the Concord Monitor.

Thanks Merrimack attorney Rick Gagliuso for leading the panel on New Hampshire right-to-know issues and for inviting me to come along for the ride. Thanks attorney Greg Sullivan for joining us. — Nancy West, founder New Hampshire Center for Public Interest Journalism and our website InDepthNH.org.

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