The rise of non-profit journalism has led to innovation in distribution and collaboration, but the jury is still out on the impact of the bottom line.
Hear about the multimedia tools and tips used by journalists working as foreign correspondents and one-man bands in adverse reporting fields with little or no time or budget.
This session will help you take the first steps in understanding, finding and interpreting data and maybe even do a mash-up or two and create a visualization.
This session will give you the background, basic skills and some best practices for keeping you, your sources, and your stories safe online.
Learn to speak tablet design and how to capitalize on this rich format, with tips on low-budget tools and thinking out of the box.
Join us for this crash course in the economics behind producing the news, complete with a mini-seminar on MBA-speak.
Share a discussion on issues of attribution, verification and industry standards in re-packaging content created by outside sources.
We speak with four of the leading names in the new era of #socialtv about what they’re doing today, and what they’ll be doing soon to incorporate the news consumer in the very product they’re watching, on-screen, online and on mobile devices.