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- Stephen Nevas American University, adjunct professor of Media & Law, practicing attorney, former CNN coorespondent
- John J. Fialka Wall Street Journal reporter, author, "Hotel Warriors"
- Barbara Cochran President, Radio-Television News Directors Association
- Adam Clayton Powell III Senior Fellow, Annenberg School for Communication; and Director, Integrated Media Systems Center, Viterbi School of Engineering, University of Southern California
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