Multilingual Journalism With a Small Staff and Almost No Money

Presented at ONA18
September 12, 2018
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Simultaneously speaking to an audience engagement strategy and recognizing an emerging demographic reality, managing multilingual content is becoming an essential journalistic project. Workflows require experimentation, investment and, ultimately, mutual intelligibility.

This session is designed for:

  • Newsrooms interested in producing multilingual content
  • Multilingual journalists looking to demonstrate their value and utility
  • Anyone who understands the need to build out multilingual spaces

  • Speakers

    Vanessa Vancour
    Editor, University of Nevada, Reno
    Michelle Billman
    News Director, KUNR
    Lisa Balde
    Director of Digital Media, NBC 5 & Telemundo Chicago, NBC Universal
    Michelle Miner
    Web Producer / Editor, NBC Universal / Telemundo

    Moderators

    Wendy Warren
    Director, Integrated Media, NBC Philadelphia
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