Culture and Career
Moderated by Lorie Hearn
In today’s fraught news environment, building trust is journalism’s guiding star — but a newsroom with trust at the center is about more than greater transparency and...
As legacy print outlets and digital sites struggle in a post-COVID world, TEGNA VP of Digital Content Joanie Vasiliadis and TEGNA Regional Digital Director Jessica Mullins share...
Moderated by Mary Nahorniak
Learn about some of Google’s new tools for journalists, including Pinpoint, to help with audio transcription and analyzing large amounts of documents; Timelapse in...
- Imaeyen Ibanga
- Beena Raghavendran
- George Stanley
Moderated by Ashley Alvarado
For the first time in history, there are five generations in the workplace. This impact is more pronounced in journalism as resources shrink and organizational hierarchy flattens....
The Wall Street Journal has created a hub-and-spoke system to help drive towards great journalism. The Journal’s team of strategy editors are embedded with each coverage...
- Ashley Dunn
- Sree Sreenivasan
Moderated by Greg Galant
As the media landscape continues to transform, the need for journalists to create and optimize their online brand has never been greater. Whether you’re the member of a major...
- Alison Baskerville
- Emily Sachs
- Eliot Stempf
Moderated by Hannah Allam
As the 2020 election and ongoing protests bring political tension in the U.S. to new heights, this session will offer practical safety and trauma advice for journalists on the...
Reporting as Journalists of Color: Why We Need to Add “Safety” to Our Conversations about Diversity in Our Newsrooms
It seems everyone in journalism is talking about the importance of diversity in the newsroom. What’s missing in the conversation are the specific safety risks journalists of...