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Stephen Berry, IowaWatch co-founder

Podcast: IowaWatch’s Steve Berry Featured on KXEL Radio

IowaWatch co-founder Stephen Berry spoke recently on KXEL-AM 1540 radio in Waterloo, with IowaWatch Connection host Jeff Stein about IowaWatch and the upcoming Celebrating a Free Press and Open Government banquet, scheduled for Oct. 2, 2014, in Des Moines.

Muller, Berry appear on KXIC’s Dottie Ray Show

Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism Executive Director-Editor Lyle Muller and the center’s co-founder, Stephen Berry, talked about The Center on the Dottie Ray radio show on Thursday, May 24, 2012. Dottie Ray is a University of Iowa distinguished alumni award winner and a member of the UI School of Journalism and Mass Communication Hall of Fame. These honors are among the many awards she has earned during her career. Her show is on KXIC radio, AM 800, in Iowa City and is a staple on the radio station’s schedule. Listen here.

2016 Banquet

September 29, 2016
Des Moines Marriott Downtown, 700 Grand Avenue

The fourth annual Celebrating a Free Press and Open Government Banquet, titled “Forty Years, Freedom of Information: The Fight Continues,” will celebrate the forty-year anniversary of the Iowa Freedom of Information Council and will feature White House Advisor Cori Zarek as guest speaker. The banquet, hosted by the Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism — IowaWatch with the Iowa Freedom of Information Council and Iowa Newspaper Foundation, will follow a day of raising awareness about the importance of an open government and an unrestricted press to our democracy. Other events will include a public forum hosted by the Des Moines Register, Iowa Newspaper Association and Iowa Freedom of Information Council to explore the debate over public access to law enforcement investigative files, and the Iowa Freedom of Information Council’s annual meeting. The Iowa Freedom of Information Council will present its annual Harrison “Skip” Weber Friend of the First Amendment award at the banquet. IowaWatch will present its Stephen Berry and Randy Brubaker Free Press Champion awards to a working journalist or journalism educator and to an Iowan who is not involved with journalism but who promotes the role of an unrestricted news media and open government.

2015 Banquet

October 8, 2015
Downtown Des Moines Marriott, 700 Grand Avenue

The third annual Celebrating a Free Press and Open Government Banquet, titled “Journalism’s Core…The Contemporary First Amendment,” will feature First Amendment expert and educator Ken Paulson as guest speaker. The banquet, hosted by the Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism—IowaWatch with the Iowa Freedom of Information Council and Iowa Newspaper Foundation, will follow a day of raising awareness about the importance of an open government and an unrestricted press to our democracy. Other events will include a public forum hosted by the Des Moines Register and Iowa Newspaper Association to explore open records and civil rights issues raised by the police use of body cameras, a chance for the public to meet with the Iowa Public Information Board Executive Director Charles Smithson and members of that board, and the Iowa Freedom of Information Council’s annual meeting. The Iowa Freedom of Information Council will present its annual Harrison “Skip” Weber Friend of the First Amendment award at the banquet. IowaWatch will present its Stephen Berry and Randy Brubaker Free Press Champion awards to a working journalist or journalism educator and to an Iowan who is not involved with journalism but who promotes the role of an unrestricted news media and open government.

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Jan. 1 – 3
The Year in Review 2015 — We’ve covered many stories in the old year 2015, and we’ll discuss some of them along with a view toward the new year 2016…a look back, a look ahead. Categories: Center News
Guests:

Lyle Muller/IowaWatch
Lauren Mills/IowaWatch

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May 22-24
Five Years of IowaWatch Revisited — It’s been five years since the Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism started producing in-depth news reporting…this week, we’ll give you an update on some of the stories IowaWatch has covered, and we’ll take a look ahead at what we’ll all be talking about in the future. Categories: Center News
Guests:

Lyle Muller, IowaWatch
Stephen Berry, University of Iowa journalism professor
Katelynn McCullough, IowaWatch/UI
Lauren Mills, IowaWatch

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