Editorial Partnerships for Business and Investigative Awesomeness

Presented at ONA16
September 17, 2016
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The logic of joining forces on big, important and expensive-to-produce stories is hard to argue with. In a time of shrinking news budgets and resources, there’s even more of a need for deeply reported investigations that explain and expose increasingly complex news stories. Hear real talk from collaborators FERN and Rocky Mountain PBS about forging successful editorial partnerships, including what to watch out for.

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Please note, due to a technical error, only the second half of this session was recorded. You can see the live blog below to catch up on the first half, and we apologize for the issue.


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Laura Frank
President/GM, News
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