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We're going to get started with the On Air Hangout in a little bit. If you have questions use this Google Doc to type them in. http://bit.ly/11Wl2g3

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Join us tomorrow at 11 a.m. EST for an On Air Google+ Hangout!

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This Thursday join NPF and Google Geo's Vanessa Schneider for an On Air Google+ Hangout!

Vanessa Schneider will introduce the Google Crisis Response team and discuss how journalists can use the team's crisis tools to cover natural disasters. Register below!

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Last Chance to apply for NPF's signature reporting fellowship!

The Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellowship provides a primer on Washington agencies, institutions and organizations. It delivers fresh sources, story ideas and unparalleled opportunities to get to know and learn from other journalists.

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TGIF! What are you doing this weekend?

If you're a DC area journalist you should apply for the Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellowship.

This program provides a primer on Washington agencies, institutions and organizations, while delivering fresh sources, story ideas and unparalleled opportunities to get to know and learn from other journalists. 

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Did you miss the C-SPAN Video Library Webinar? Watch the recording in the link below.

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Hurricane season is officially here! Join NPF and Vanessa Schneider, Google's Geo Media Program Manager for a free On Air Hangout to learn about tools for journalists covering natural disasters.
A super-storm, earthquakes, flooding, fire and typhoons. Natural disasters such as these are happening more often and becoming more severe. Join us at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 13, to learn about Google tools that can add depth and breadth to your coverage when disaster strikes. Vanessa Schneider, Google's Geo Media Program Manager, will introduce the Google Crisis Response team and discuss how journalists can use the team's crisis tools to cover natural disasters.

Where: NPF Google+ Page

When: Thursday, June 13 at 11 AM EST

Who: Vanessa Schneider, Google's Geo Media Program Manager

REGISTER HERE, http://nationalpress.org/programs-and-resources/program/covering-natural-disasters/

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A super-storm, earthquakes, flooding, fire and typhoons. Natural disasters such as these are happening more often and becoming more severe. Join us at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 13, to learn about Google tools that can add depth and breadth to your coverage when disaster strikes. Vanessa Schneider, Google's Geo Media Program Manager, will introduce the Google Crisis Response team and discuss how journalists can use the team's crisis tools to cover natural disasters.

Where: NPF Google+ Page

When: Thursday, June 13 at 11 AM EST

Who: Vanessa Schneider, Google's Geo Media Program Manager

REGISTER HERE, http://nationalpress.org/programs-and-resources/program/covering-natural-disasters/

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See what James Hill, Executive Director of the University of Colorado’s Anschutz Health and Wellness Center, talked to NPF's Obesity Issues fellows about during our four-day program.

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View resources from NPF's Violent Weather program.
Today, a 2-mile-wide tornado struck the city of Moore, Okla. It has been preliminarily classified as an EF4 with sustained winds of 200 miles per hour, and looks like it will surpass the destruction caused by a May 3, 1999 tornado that hit the same area and long-considered to be the worst in history. Here is a document that can help understand how the Enhanced Fujita Scale works: http://bit.ly/14q3gWS.
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