Story, Platform and Design: Digital Journalism Insights

Presented at ONA16
September 17, 2016
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Questions continue to swirl in the digital journalism community about how best to meet readers’ needs and expectations while creating dynamic, quality stories across multiple platforms. We’ll hear from key leaders in the digital journalism community — candidates for ONA’s Board of Directors — about how they approach the balance of these factors at their organizations, what they envision as next iterations for our industry and what the teams producing those elements might look like. Stick around for a brief meetup and a chance to ask some one-on-one questions of those who may guide ONA in the next few years.


Speakers

Penny Riordan
Director of Digital Content Partnerships, GateHouse Media
Joshua Hatch
Assistant Managing Editor, Data and Interactives, Chronicle of Higher Education
Mandy Jenkins
Head of News, The Compass Experiment
Celeste LeCompte
Director of Business Development, ProPublica
Greg Linch
Data Developer, Industry Dive
Benét Wilson
Owner/Editor-In-Chief, The Points Guy
Timothy Wong
Sr. Director, UX Architecture, Gannett
José Zamora
Senior Vice President, Strategic Communications, Univision Network News
Sara Catania
Editorial Director, Solutions Journalism Network
Julia B. Chan
Digital Editor, KQED
Paul Cheung
Director of Interactive & Digital News Production, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
Dan Gilgoff
Executive Editor, Digital, AARP
Elite Truong
Product Manager, Partner Platforms, American Press Institute
Imaeyen Ibanga
Video Producer, AJ+
Marian Liu
Online Entertainment Editor, The Washington Post
Geraldine Moriba
Executive Producer, Program Development; Vice President of Diversity, Independent
Meena Thiruvengadam
Head of Audience Development, Self-Employed

Moderators

Marie Tessier
Comment Moderator
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