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Part Two of the 2011 Knight-Batten Awards and Symposium for Innovations in Journalism.
The extended version of Andy Carvin's story of his involvement in the Arab Spring through his tweets.
Katharine Weymouth of The Washington Post talks about the future of journalism.
Brian Kelley explains how his non-profit organization helps bicyclists of San Francisco bay area.
NPR's Social Media Desk and Senior Strategist, Andy Carvin, talks about his involvement in the Arab Spring through his tweets.
Ken Sands, site manager of Bloomberg Government, explains the opportunities Bloomberg Government can provide to its clients.
Video: Knight-Batten 2011: NewHavenIndependent.org -- New Haven's Talking
Video: Knight-Batten 2011: NY Public Library -- Biblion
Video: Knight-Batten 2011: Sourcefabric -- West African Democracy Radio
Video: Knight-Batten 2011: Storify -- Social Media Storytelling
Video: Knight-Batten 2011: The Texas Tribune -- Public Servant Database
Video: Knight-Batten 2011: The Guardian -- Crowdsourcing Data