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August 16, 2009

Working On Deadline: Arts Journalism Summit Projects Due Today

When we decided to plan the National Summit on Arts Journalism (October 2, 2009) at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication, I thought we'd get about 40 projects in arts journalism. With a day to go before deadline, we have almost 70 projects submitted, and the variety is amazing. To be inspired by the future of arts journalism, go to the Summit site and read about the projects.

And if you think you have the next great model for doing arts journalism, you've got until midnight Pacific Time Monday to put your project forward. In the next week or so we'll announce who has been asked to present at the Summit and more details of what the day will look like.
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