Public TV is the subject, not the medium, for a five-day seminar for journalists at UC Berkeley, May 1-6. The Western Knight Center for Specialized Journalism is taking applications for 15 seats in the all-expenses-paid seminar for mid-career journalists, “Channeling Public Interest Media: Reporting on the Public Broadcast System.” Participants will also attend parts of concurrent Input 2005 in San Francisco. Application deadline: March 25/28. See explanation on the center’s website. Contact: Lanita Pace-Hinton, (510) 643-7425. The Knight Center is funded by the Knight Foundation and operated by USC Annenberg in Los Angeles. For this and other upcoming events, see Current’s Calendar, current.org/calendar.