Early-Career Tips From our 2016 MJ Bear Fellows

Presented at ONA16
September 17, 2016
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Hear inspiring examples of how early-career journalists are redefining our industry, our use of technology and our day-to-day jobs. Our newest MJ Bear Fellows, selected for their innovative projects, will discuss their work and emerging trends they see in newsrooms. Looking to become a fellow? Learn more about the program!


Speakers

Rose Eveleth
Freelance Reporter
Sohara Mehroze Shachi
Entrepreneur/Journalist
Alex Laughlin
Social Media Editor, BuzzFeed
Session Audio

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