Reddit: Bringing the Front Page of the Internet Into Your Newsroom

Presented at ONA18
September 12, 2018
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No newsroom serious about connecting with its readers can afford to overlook the front page of the internet. Users host conversations on nearly every imaginable topic, creating a rich story mine for journalists — and a time suck if you’re not careful! Learn how to get the inspiration and information you need while sidestepping the rabbit holes.

This session is designed for:

  • Anyone looking to collaborate and start building a Reddit strategy to take back to your team on Monday
  • Journalists interested in leveraging Reddit’s publisher tools to source story ideas
  • Newsrooms interested in developing new audience engagement streams

  • Speakers

    Gabriel Sands
    Senior Partnerships Manager, News & Journalism, reddit
    Gene Park
    Embedded audience editor, The Washington Post
    Bobby Blanchard
    Social Media Editor, The Texas Tribune
    Dominick DiFurio
    Editor/Producer, The Dallas Morning News

    Moderators

    Anna Kim
    Media Partnerships, Reddit
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