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Thursday, February 7
 

1:45pm

NEW: Mobile Video and Audio
Limited Capacity seats available

Join Len Clark, a mobile journalism specialist, as he talks audio and video with mobile tools.


Speakers
LC

Len Clark

A mobile journalism specialist at Vericorder


Thursday February 7, 2013 1:45pm - 5:00pm
INF Conference Room 3324ish (Integrated News Facility)

5:00pm

Registration
Thursday February 7, 2013 5:00pm - 7:30pm
Hampton Inn
 
Friday, February 8
 

8:00am

Registration
Friday February 8, 2013 8:00am - 9:00am
Hampton Inn

8:45am

Opening & Welcome
Friday February 8, 2013 8:45am - 9:00am
Main Stage - Hippodrome

9:00am

Breeding the Unicorn: The Journalist/Designer/Coder
Speakers
avatar for Cindy Royal

Cindy Royal

Associate Professor, Texas State University
Cindy Royal is an associate professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Texas State University in San Marcos where she teaches Web design and online/digital/social media courses. Her research interests include understanding the role of programming and data in journalism, using social media in experiential learning projects and the integration of technology in education. Her students have gone on to digital media careers for... Read More →
avatar for Lisa Williams

Lisa Williams

I run Placeblogger, the largest searchable index of local weblogs. I'm also a fellow at the MIT Media Lab's Center for Civic Media, where I focus on the future of news and civic engagement. | | I also run Life and Code, a learn-to-program blog written with journalists in mind.


Friday February 8, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
Main Stage - Hippodrome

11:00am

Data: What Journalists and Academics Can Learn From One Another

Academics and journalists use data for different reasons and in different contexts, but both groups seek to better inform the public with the knowledge they share. Pioneering journalists have been on the forefront of data visualization, while academics have a tradition in social science methods and statistics. What can we learn from one another, and how might we work together? This conversation will address the opportunities and challenges both groups encounter when working with data. We'll also talk about strategies for integrating data concepts into journalism curricul

 


Moderators
avatar for Cindy Royal

Cindy Royal

Associate Professor, Texas State University
Cindy Royal is an associate professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Texas State University in San Marcos where she teaches Web design and online/digital/social media courses. Her research interests include understanding the role of programming and data in journalism, using social media in experiential learning projects and the integration of technology in education. Her students have gone on to digital media careers for... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Bowers

Jeremy Bowers

News Application Developer, NPR
News applications for NPR. Formerly at the Washington Post, the St. Petersburg Times. Foodie. Dilettante oenophile. Espouser of obscure baseball statistics. Beliver in coding hubris. Runes and such.
avatar for Amy Schmitz-Weiss

Amy Schmitz-Weiss

Assistant Professor of Journalism, San Diego State University
Amy Schmitz Weiss is an assistant professor in the School of Journalism & Media Studies at San Diego State University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin in 2008. She is a 2011 Dart Academic Fellow. | | | | | | | | She is also the 2011-2012 Recipient of the AEJMC Bridge Grant with funding from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation that led to the creation of a mobile news app, AzteCast for the San... Read More →
avatar for Matt Waite

Matt Waite

Professor of Practice, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
I fly drones, build bots, write software and use math ... in a journalism school.


Friday February 8, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Main Stage - Hippodrome

11:00am

The Functional Art: Design and Infographics

Too many journalists still relate the word "design" to making pages and websites look prettier. As a consequence, they think that the main goal of an infographic is to be eye-catching, engaging, and fun. They argue that infographics are means to "simplify" data that only specialized professionals are capable of creating. This presentation will debunk all these myths and propose an alternative view of infographics and visualizations as means to make messages richer, deeper, and more effective. 

 


Speakers
avatar for Alberto Cairo

Alberto Cairo

Professor of the professional practice, University of Miami
Alberto Cairo teaches visualization at the University pf Miami, where he's also the director of the visualization program at UM's Center for Computational Science. He's the author of the book 'The Functional Art: An Introduction to Information Graphics and Visualization'.


Friday February 8, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm
Cinema - Hippodrome

12:00pm

Lunch
Friday February 8, 2013 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Sun Center Plaza

1:30pm

New Models for News
Moderators
avatar for Leslie Walker

Leslie Walker

Visiting professor in digital innovation; co-editor, American Journalism Review, Philip Merrill College of Journalism

Speakers
avatar for Jim Brady

Jim Brady

Editor-in-Chief, Digital First Media
Jim Brady is the Editor-in-Chief of Digital First Media, which operates the Journal Register Company and MediaNews Group, and oversees the editorial strategy of its 75 daily newspapers and its hundreds of non-daily publications and digital sites. Brady is also overseeing the launch of Project Thunderdome, which will redefine how DFM produces journalism for the digital age by creating a centralized team that produces high-quality non-local... Read More →
avatar for David Cohn

David Cohn

Executive Producer, AJ+
Founding editor @circa
avatar for Eason Jordan

Eason Jordan

General Manager, Now This News
Eason Jordan is the general manager of NowThis News, an upstart social, mobile video news network. NowThis News is the first and only digital video news network built from the ground up to produce original news content tailored for a new generation of consumers who want their news social and mobile. NowThis News launched its iOS app in 2012 and is backed by Lerer Ventures, Bedrocket Media Ventures, and Oak... Read More →
ZS

Zach Seward

Senior editor @quartznews


Friday February 8, 2013 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Main Stage - Hippodrome

3:00pm

10 Lessons Learned from Teaching Mobile Journalism
Speakers
avatar for Ron Yaros

Ron Yaros

Professor of New Media and Mobile Journalism, University of Maryland
Yes, the current mobile tools and user behaviors are interesting, but I'm most interested in what the mobile world will look like in the future. For years, I have been researching college freshman with mobile apps, virtual environments, and interactive multimedia to track their rapidly changing needs and behaviors. I'm convinced that the ways users will seek, select, share, and learn from various types of digital information will continue to... Read More →


Friday February 8, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Main Stage - Hippodrome

3:00pm

Behind Poynter's Tablet Eyetrack Study
Speakers
avatar for Sara Quinn

Sara Quinn

Sara Quinn teaches visual journalism, leadership and multimedia. She leads Poynter’s college fellowship and its partnerships with universities. Sara direced Poynter’s EyeTrack research of newspaper, tablet and online reading habits, which helps journalists determine the best forms for storytelling.  Before joining the faculty in 2003, Sara spent nearly 20 years working in newspaper newsrooms, including the Sarasota... Read More →
avatar for Dave Stanton

Dave Stanton

Managing Developer, Smart Media Creative
I develop and design web things. I like teaching others how to code for web, mobile and everything in between. You can follow me almost everywhere as gotoplanb.


Friday February 8, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Cinema - Hippodrome

3:00pm

The Job Hunt: How We Landed 'Cool Gigs'

You're close to having a degree, now what? It’s challenging to find a job, not to mention a job in journalism. But it can happen if you become proactive and prepare. Come learn tips and tricks on how they got their foot in the door and on how you can stand out from the competition and land a job.


Speakers
avatar for Lynn Walsh

Lynn Walsh

Investigative Producer, WPTV Newschannel 5
Sunlight is the best disinfectant... | | | | I am a multimedia journalist and social media fanatic who is obsessed with pop culture, politics and news. I believe strongly in government transparency, first amendment rights for all and government accountability for both sides of the aisle. I believe the glass is half-full, the truth is always out there and that hard work, dedication and personality can make any dream come true. I live for... Read More →


Friday February 8, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Meeting Room - Hampton

4:30pm

Teach-A-Thon

Allissa Richardson, Bowie State University
Best Mobile Reporting Apps

Alysia Steele, University of Mississippi
What FCP Users Should Know About Premiere

Doug Ward, University of Kansas
iPads & Interactive Grading

Gary Kebbel, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
How to Plan a Hackathon

Jake Batsell, Southern Methodist University
Creating a Data Viz Competition

Dave Carlson, University of Florida
K3D: A New Distance Ed Tool

Marie Shanahan, University of Connecticut
Rate Your Online Reputation

Michelle Hassler, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Enterprise Reporting Through RSS & Social Media

Ginny Whitehouse, Eastern Kentucky University
Meograph for 4D Storytelling

Justin Karp, WJLA / University of Maryland
Easy Infographic Tools

Michael Humphrey, Colorado State University
Why UX Design Matters

 


Speakers
avatar for Jake Batsell

Jake Batsell

Assistant Professor, Southern Methodist University
I'm a recovering ink-stained wretch who reported for The Seattle Times and learned to shoot and edit video as the "hybrid reporter" for The Dallas Morning News' Metro Desk. I now teach digital journalism, media entrepreneurship, investigative reporting and technology reporting at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, where I am faculty adviser to smudailycampus.com. I also am working on a book about audience engagement, which is the central... Read More →
avatar for David Carlson

David Carlson

Cox/Palm Beach Post Professor, University of Florida
I am passionate about journalism, technology and rock 'n' roll.
avatar for Michelle Hassler

Michelle Hassler

Lecturer, University of Nebraska @ Lincoln
I teach social media and online journalism courses -- and I try to help students think big and in new ways. I want them to take advantage of all that digital journalism has to offer.
avatar for Michael Humphrey

Michael Humphrey

Instructor and Ph.D. Student, Colorado State University, United States of America
Like many journalists, I am most passionate about other people's stories, trustworthy information, thoughtful reflection and meaningful interaction. My journalism career started just before the Internet became part of everyday life. I joined chatrooms, started getting my news from it, then put my writing on it. I can honestly say I've been more thankful for the revolution than worried about it. So I'm glad to be teaching it now.
avatar for Justin Karp

Justin Karp

Digital Operations Manager, ABC7 News
Digital Operations Manager at WJLA.com. B.A. Journalism from Arizona State University (Go Devils!), M.J. Online Journalism from the University of Maryland (Go Terps! ...to a slightly lesser extent.) Passionate about dynamic storytelling, social media, correct use of hashtags, strong beers, global politics, pro hockey and ridding the word of the BCS.
avatar for Gary Kebbel

Gary Kebbel

Journalism Professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
I'm interested in integrating mobile devices with journalism and communications education.
avatar for Allissa Richardson

Allissa Richardson

Professor of Mobile Journalism, Bowie State University
Allissa Richardson is an award-winning journalist and college professor who empowers youth to tell their stories using mobile devices. Prof. Richardson has taught her unique brand of iPod journalism to students throughout the United States, Africa and Europe. In 2011, the U.S. Embassy of South Africa invited her to teach HIV-positive girls in South Africa to create first-person documentaries using iPods. Later that year, amid the Arab Spring... Read More →
avatar for Marie K. Shanahan

Marie K. Shanahan

Assistant Professor of Journalism, University of Connecticut
After 17 years as a reporter and online news editor, Marie K. Shanahan now teaches digital newsgathering, multimedia storytelling and online media ethics at the University of Connecticut. Her research explores the intersection of journalism and technology, with a focus on anonymous online speech, online commenting, digital reputation and digital defamation.
avatar for Doug Ward

Doug Ward

Associate professor, University of Kansas
You'll find me at the intersection of teaching and technology. I push students to experiment with new ideas and new technology, and to take charge of their own learning. My most recent endeavors involve adaptive design for the web, and entrepreneurial learning and backward design for the classroom.
avatar for Ginny Whitehouse

Ginny Whitehouse

Associate Professor, Eastern Kentucky University
Media Ethics and Interactive Journalism |   | Ginny Whitehouse, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Eastern Kentucky University specializing in interactive journalism and media ethics. She co-directs the AEJMC Media Ethics Teaching Workshop and is Cases and Commentaries section editor for the Journal of Mass Media Ethics. She is interested in distinctions between what we can do legally versus what we should do (or not) ethically when it... Read More →



Friday February 8, 2013 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Main Stage - Hippodrome

7:00pm

An Evening with NYT R&D (Reception and Keynote)
Speakers
MB

Matt Boggie

The New York Times


Friday February 8, 2013 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Harn Museum
 
Saturday, February 9
 

9:00am

Getting Real: Adventures and Misadventures of Student Reporting in and for the Real World
Speakers
avatar for Jon Glass

Jon Glass

Collaborative Media Room General Manager/Executive Producer, TheNewsHouse.com, Syracuse University
Quality journalism | | Live music | | The Gators and The Orange | | My family
avatar for Michelle Johnson

Michelle Johnson

Associate Professor, Journalism, Boston University
Michelle Johnson is Associate Professor of the Practice, Multimedia Journalism, Boston University. Johnson is a former editor for the Boston Globe and boston.com. For more than 15 years, she has conducted multimedia workshops for professional journalists and worked with student training programs for a variety of professional journalism organizations including the Maynard Institute, the Online News Association, the National Association of Black... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Mills

Andrew Mills

Assistant Professor, Program in Journalism, Northwestern University in Qatar
Andrew Mills, M.S., is Assistant Professor in the Journalism Program at Northwestern University in Qatar. | | | | As a journalist, he is particularly interested in telling stories about the migration of people and its impact. In 2011, he led a field reporting trip to Europe to chronicle the lives of North Africans who migrated during the Arab Spring. He also helped lead www.RefugeeLives.org, a project to document the lives of refugees living... Read More →
avatar for Tim Regan-Porter

Tim Regan-Porter

Director, Center for Collaborative Journalism at Mercer University
Tim Regan-Porter is Director of the Center for Collaborative Journalism and came to journalism via web development. The Center, a partnership between Mercer University, The (Macon) Telegraph, Georgia Public Broadcasting and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, trains students in journalism for the digital age by adapting the "teaching hospital" model of education. The New York Times called this initiative "one of the nation's boldest... Read More →
avatar for Laura Ruel

Laura Ruel

Hugh Morton Distinguished Associate Professor, UNC-Chapel Hill
I'm passionate about education and storytelling and how I can be instrumental helping our industry to do both well. Everything from coaching students to challenge themselves, grow and think differently -- to conducting research about usability and design (using eyetracking methodologies) -- gets me enthusiastic about my work. I'm eager to be at this conference and share ideas with the great group of people planning to attend.


Saturday February 9, 2013 9:00am - 10:00am
Main Stage - Hippodrome

9:00am

Navigating the Challenges in Social Media Ethics

As social platforms have emerged and been adopted widely for journalism, ethical issues have been discussed in professional forums such as the Poynter Institute and the Online News Association and within news organizations. Ethics scholars and other researchers have also begun publishing work on ethical challenges and best practices in social media. But the ethical questions are complex, and they are evolving as practices and the tools themselves change. This panel will focus on several continuing challenges using three widely recognized ethical principles – seeking truth, acting independently and minimizing harm – for analysis.


Speakers
avatar for Kelly Fincham (Hofstra)

Kelly Fincham (Hofstra)

Assistant Professor, Hofstra University
I teach journalism at Hofstra University in both the graduate and undergraduate programs. My classes prepare students for the multi-platform newsroom and my research is focused on social media ethics and practice. | | In 2010, I established the award-winning Long Island Report, a student-run news site at Hofstra University. | | I have presented at conferences on digital tools and my work on social media has been published by... Read More →
avatar for David Craig

David Craig

Journalism professor and associate dean, University of Oklahoma
I teach and write about journalism ethics. I'm particularly interested in what excellence means in online journalism and the ethical challenges that make excellent work difficult. My book Excellence in Online Journalism (Sage, 2011) focused on those topics. I'm happiest when I'm blending the best work of ethics scholars with the best thinking of smart journalists.
avatar for Steve Fox

Steve Fox

Senior Lecturer, UMass Amherst
My kids. Journalism. Bruce Springsteen. Basketball. The New York Mets....
avatar for Ginny Whitehouse

Ginny Whitehouse

Associate Professor, Eastern Kentucky University
Media Ethics and Interactive Journalism |   | Ginny Whitehouse, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Eastern Kentucky University specializing in interactive journalism and media ethics. She co-directs the AEJMC Media Ethics Teaching Workshop and is Cases and Commentaries section editor for the Journal of Mass Media Ethics. She is interested in distinctions between what we can do legally versus what we should do (or not) ethically when it... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2013 9:00am - 10:00am
Cinema - Hippodrome

10:30am

Branding When You're Brand New

You know it's important to use Twitter and Facebook, but what about the other networks -- What about Google+ , your own website. And don't forget about traditional avenues too: biz cards, resumes, cover letters, etc.  Which should you update every day, which can you update simultaneously?


Speakers
avatar for Lynn Walsh

Lynn Walsh

Investigative Producer, WPTV Newschannel 5
Sunlight is the best disinfectant... | | | | I am a multimedia journalist and social media fanatic who is obsessed with pop culture, politics and news. I believe strongly in government transparency, first amendment rights for all and government accountability for both sides of the aisle. I believe the glass is half-full, the truth is always out there and that hard work, dedication and personality can make any dream come true. I live for... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2013 10:30am - 11:30am
Meeting Room - Hampton

10:30am

Data: Practical Tips from In the Field
Speakers
avatar for Sisi Wei

Sisi Wei

News Applications Developer, ProPublica
Data visualization, interactive graphics, CAR, and argentine tango.
avatar for Derek Willis

Derek Willis

News Apps Developer, ProPublica
Congress, campaign finance and cricket, among other things.


Saturday February 9, 2013 10:30am - 11:30am
Main Stage - Hippodrome

10:30am

Tweet Your Assignment: What social media in the classroom implies about the future of journalism
Speakers
avatar for Kelly Fincham (Hofstra)

Kelly Fincham (Hofstra)

Assistant Professor, Hofstra University
I teach journalism at Hofstra University in both the graduate and undergraduate programs. My classes prepare students for the multi-platform newsroom and my research is focused on social media ethics and practice. | | In 2010, I established the award-winning Long Island Report, a student-run news site at Hofstra University. | | I have presented at conferences on digital tools and my work on social media has been published by... Read More →
avatar for Donica Mensing

Donica Mensing

Associate Professor, University of Nevada, Reno
Being part of a the changing journalism ecosystem. And Italy.


Saturday February 9, 2013 10:30am - 11:30am
Cinema - Hippodrome

11:30am

Lunch
Saturday February 9, 2013 11:30am - 1:15pm
TBD

1:45pm

Final Cut and Premiere: A hands-on exploration of strengths and vulnerabilities
Limited Capacity full

Speakers
avatar for Tim Sorel

Tim Sorel

University of Florida
Sorel teaches digital cinematography, post-production and studio production in the College of Journalism and Communications. In the private sector, Sorel has over 200 professional credits in both film and television.   


Saturday February 9, 2013 1:45pm - 5:00pm
G215 Weimer Hall

1:45pm

Ideation - Classroom exercises for coming up with ideas
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Caplan (CUNY/Poynter Institute)

Jeremy Caplan (CUNY/Poynter Institute)

Jeremy Caplan (@jeremycaplan) is director of education for the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the City University of New York’s Graduate School of Journalism. He is also a Ford Fellow in Entrepreneurial Journalism at the Poynter Institute. In addition to writing a business column for The Daily, Caplan writes on occasion for Time and The Wall Street Journal’s Digits. He was previously a Wiegers... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2013 1:45pm - 5:00pm
3028 (Atrium Wing) Weimer Hall

1:45pm

Intro to Programming
Limited Capacity full

Maybe you've been planning to learn a programming language, but have no idea where to start. In this workshop, you'll gain a foundational understanding of the basic elements of programming, and you'll learn about resources that will allow you to continue adding to your skill set. We'll be using JavaScript, which is a great language to complement Web markup, but we will discuss how these concepts apply to any programming language that you might use.

 

Topics to be addressed:

    Why you should learn to program

    The range of programming languages

    Strings and numbers

    Variables

    Math and concatenation

    Alerts and prompts

    Booleans

    Arrays

    If Statements and Loops

    Functions

    Integration with HTML

    Relationship to JQuery

 

This is a beginner-level session. No prior experience with programming or Web design is required to attend. You won't be an experienced programmer at the end of this class, but you will gain a better understanding of programming concepts and terms. 

 

Cindy Royal (cindyroyal.com) will instruct the group. She's been teaching Web design for the past 12 years and continues to add programming concepts to the curriculum at Texas State University.

 


Speakers
avatar for Cindy Royal

Cindy Royal

Associate Professor, Texas State University
Cindy Royal is an associate professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Texas State University in San Marcos where she teaches Web design and online/digital/social media courses. Her research interests include understanding the role of programming and data in journalism, using social media in experiential learning projects and the integration of technology in education. Her students have gone on to digital media careers for... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2013 1:45pm - 5:00pm
3324 (Atrium Wing) Weimer Hall

1:45pm

Maps with Google Fusion Tables
Limited Capacity filling up

Speakers
MM

Mindy McAdams

Professor, University of Florida
Mindy McAdams is a professor at the University of Florida, where she teaches about online journalism. She has trained more than 300 journalists in multimedia and online skills, and she has conducted journalism training in 14 countries, including Argentina, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, and Vietnam. She worked at The Washington Post and Time magazine 1988–1995. She has received two Fulbright Scholar grants: in 2011–12, she taught at... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2013 1:45pm - 5:00pm
3024 (Atrium Wing) Weimer Hall

1:45pm

NEW: Mobile Video and Audio
Limited Capacity seats available

Join Len Clark, a mobile journalism specialist, as he talks audio and video with mobile tools.


Speakers
LC

Len Clark

A mobile journalism specialist at Vericorder


Saturday February 9, 2013 1:45pm - 5:00pm
INF Conference Room 3324ish (Integrated News Facility)

1:45pm

NEW: UNCONFERENCE TRAINING

Want to just meet up with some interesting folks you met at J/i? Do it in our Aha! Innovation CoLab. Share computer screens, or meet in small groups. The program is yours.


Saturday February 9, 2013 1:45pm - 5:00pm
Weimer Hall

1:45pm

NEW: Version Control in the Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn how students can use GitHub to store, share and submit their work during course projects across the curriculum. We'll also talk about agile project management and other cloud-centric techniques to improve student learning and reduce instructor support load. 

BRING YOUR LAPTOPS IF POSSIBLE

(follow signs for the Center for Media Innovation and Research)


Speakers
avatar for Dave Stanton

Dave Stanton

Managing Developer, Smart Media Creative
I develop and design web things. I like teaching others how to code for web, mobile and everything in between. You can follow me almost everywhere as gotoplanb.


Saturday February 9, 2013 1:45pm - 5:00pm
G037 Weimer Hall

1:45pm

Social Media Fact Checking
Limited Capacity seats available

Don't Trust! Verify. Using traditional skills to vet new media leads and sources.

These days, journalists are bombarded by messages and leads via social media and traditional avenues. While it used to be enough to meet a source face-to-face or even via the phone, it's become more difficult to vet sources and stories when they come in via new technology channels.
In this presentation and interactive session, educators will learn the nuts and bolts of common social media communication tools and then will explore the best techniques to use in vetting stories and verifying sources.
As with many journalistic techniques, the process has changed slightly because the pace of news gathering has increased. But being accurate is still more important than being first, and this session will help you teach students how to focus on the importance of accuracy in a new media world.


Speakers

Saturday February 9, 2013 1:45pm - 5:00pm
2056 Atrium Wing (Weimer Hall)

1:45pm

Using mobile tools in multimedia projects
Limited Capacity full

You know understanding mobile newsgathering is important for your students. You want them to think beyond Facebook in creating content. We'll talk about some tools you -- and they -- can use, share ideas on what works (and what doesn't), and look at student examples. We'll discuss how you can make multimedia teams more successful in the classroom and tips from educators who have made it work. Plus, we'll play with some of the newest free options for adding mobile content to create rich multimedia projects.

We'll talk about:
    - Examples of other college educators who have incorporated mobile news gathering into their courses
    - Tools and apps to make it easier to gather journalistic content
    - New online tools for creating multimedia projects that incorporate mobile
    - Your ideas, suggestions, experiences


Speakers
avatar for Regina McCombs

Regina McCombs

Faculty, Multimedia and Mobile, The Poynter Institute
Regina McCombs is a faculty member of The Poynter Institute, teaching multimedia, mobile and social journalism. She was the senior producer for multimedia at StarTribune.com in Minneapolis-St. Paul for 11 years. She arrived there after 13 years as a field producer and photographer at KARE-TV, the NPPA-winning powerhouse in Minneapolis. Winner of numerous Best of Photojournalism and Pictures of the Year International awards for multimedia... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2013 1:45pm - 5:00pm
2050 (Atrium Wing) Weimer Hall

5:00pm

Closing Reception/Party

Shuttles will depart from the Stadium Dr. side of Weimer at 7 p.m.


Saturday February 9, 2013 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Weimer Hall