All Reynolds School students are invited to attend the first Online News Association networking event on Wednesday, Feb. 4th, from 6 -8 p.m. in the Travis Linn Reading Room located on the first floor of the Reynolds School Building.
The event is titled, “Journalists working online, trends and perspectives,” and will include panel discussions with local media professionals, a question and answer session, networking opportunities and free food.
6:00 – 6:15 … Welcome with ONA Student Founding Members … The Brush Up and the Value of Creating and Experimenting
6:15- 6:30 … Caren Roblin, Audience Analyst, Reno Gazette-Journal … Understanding audiences and the importance of going to ONA conferences
6:30 – 6:50 …. Brian Duggan, Watchdog Content Coach, Reno-Gazette-Journal, Ariana Cramer, Assignment Desk Manager KRNV, Ryan Canaday, Reporter KTVN …. Tools to Enhance and Promote Reporting
6:50 – 7:15 … Stanton Tang, News Director KOLO-TV, Matt McConico, News Director KRNV, Esther Ciammachilli, Host, KUNR … Challenges and Rewards in Moving Content Online
7:15 -7:30 … Discussion among panel members and Q and A session with students.
Tentative: Oculus Rift demonstration by James Ku, consumer experience director, RGJ
7:30 – Networking with free food and drinks. Dean of the Reynolds School Al Stavitsky, RSJ faculty and Brent Boynton, News Director at KNPB, will be present.