Journalism That Matters, an organization of “media innovators and stakeholders” that nurtures discussions on the emerging modern ecosystem of public media, is hosting the confab “Reimagining News and Community in the Pacific Northwest,” Jan. 7-10, 2010, at the University of Washington, Seattle. It’s the group’s first regional workshop since its founding in 2000, following nationally focused meetings in St. Petersburg, Fla.; Philadelphia; Minneapolis; Silicon Valley; and Washington, D.C. Participants have included reporters, editors, publishers, videographers, photographers, media educators, reformers and citizen journalists; audience members are from print, broadcast, and online media, both mainstream and entrepreneurial. The group’s founders are also a diverse bunch. Interested? Register here, or take a peek at who’s attending here.