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Nine Journalists Named as 2009 Kaiser Media Fellows
Date:5/27/2009

or a three-day program on spreadsheet reporting and multimedia techniques and technologies.

The fellowship projects can take as long as nine months or as little as a few months to complete, but all fellows participate in site visits and seminars throughout the year. Stipends are awarded based on the length of the fellowship, up to $55,000 for a nine-month period. The program also covers expenses, such as travel and computer equipment, based on the needs of the project.

Fellows are selected by a national advisory committee, which reviews fellowship applications and interviews finalists. The Kaiser Media Fellowship Program National Advisory Committee members are:

  • Paul Delaney, director, Initiative on Racial Mythology, Washington, DC
  • Timothy Johnson, M.D., medical editor, ABC News
  • Bill Kovach, chairman, Committee of Concerned Journalists
  • Sharon Rosenhause, former managing editor, The South Florida Sun-Sentinel
  • Joanne Silberner, health policy correspondent, National Public Radio

Over one hundred Kaiser Fellows have been selected since Kaiser began its journalism program in 1993. The journalists have represented some of the leading print, radio and television news organizations in the nation. A complete list of Kaiser Fellows and other program details are http://www.kff.org/mediafellows/fellowshipsinhealth/index.cfm.

The Kaiser Family Foundation is a non-profit private operating foundation, based in Menlo Park, California, dedicated to producing and communicating the best possible information, research and analysis on health issues.

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