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- Geneva Overholser Curtis B. Hurley Chair in Public Affairs Reporting, Missouri School of Journalism. She is former editor of the "Des Moines Register" and former ombudsman for the "Washington Post."
- Bill Kovach Founding chairman of the Committee of Concerned Journalists, and former Washington bureau chief for the New York Times
- Tom Rosenstiel Director of the Project for Excellence in Journalism
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