The “Digital People”: Creating Your Own Culture in a Large Media Organization

Presented at ONA18
September 12, 2018
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The digital newsrooms at TV and radio stations, newspapers and magazines often operate as independent divisions with invisible strings to their legacy broadcast or print counterparts. So, can they ‘fit in’ without conforming to corporate culture? How can they maintain their own cultural digital identity? These panelists work at different kinds of publishers but all in the digital newsroom. Learn from them about how they’ve created a culture all their own and are still able to work well with their legacy peers.


Speakers

Ted Anthony
Director of Digital Innovation, Associated Press
Stephanie Adrouny
News Director, NBC Bay Area
Nadine Ajaka
Senior Producer, Video Platforms, The Washington Post
Polly Irungu
Digital Content Editor, The Takeaway, WNYC

Moderators

Julie Shapiro
Enterprise Editor, NBC News Digital
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