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Professor and Horvitz Chair in Journalism Innovation8/1/2012Aug 1http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/87/Newhouse_Communications_Center_III,_Syracuse_University.JPG/290px-Newhouse_Communications_Center_III,_Syracuse_University.JPGS.I. Newhouse School building 3.Teach innovation in digital and new media for this top-tier journalism school at Syracuse University.http://journovation.syr.edu/
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BookBrewer6/1/2010Jun 1http://tech.co/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/bookbrewer.jpgBookBrewer logo.Conceptualized and launched BookBrewer.com, an eBook creation and distribution service. Started the company (FeedBrewer, Inc.), recruited and managed development team, and managed marketing and customer service. Negotiated deals with Borders, Inc. and the AOL Huffington Post Media Group. Created the AuthorApps.com private-label iOS app division. Brought in 20 top-tier authors with combined revenues of $30,000/month, plus 6,000 other authors in various stages of publishing. Invested $30,000 in personal funds and 18 months in sweat equity.http://bookbrewer.com
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Manager, Printcasting6/1/2008Jun 1https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/72373084/pcasting_sq.jpgPrintcasting logo.Secured an $837,000 Knight Foundation grant for Printcasting, a democratized magazine platform that was written up in The New York Times and deemed a “Technology to Watch” by MIT Technology Review. Spurred the creation of 3,000 new global magazine publishers in one year.Presented at 2010 O’Reilly Tools of Change with Rochester Institute of Technology. Negotiated for-profit spinoff of FeedBrewer, Inc. with the Knight Foundation, Bakersfield Californian and two co-founders as equity partners.
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Sr. Manager Digital Products, The Bakersfield Californian4/1/2004Apr 1http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0b/Bakersfield_CA_-_sign.jpgConceptualized, managed and launched 8 social networking and user-contributed content products on homegrown LAMP stack software. Recruited and managed developers and managed online marketing and customer support. Award-winning social networking software enabled the 70,000-circulation Californian to grow its audience by 100,000 people in a town of just 330,000.Generated $200,000 in sales through software licensing to other newspapers through negotiated contracts. Tools are still in use by The Arizona Republic and the Sacramento Bee. The Bakersfield Californian was declared one of 10 “Newspapers to Watch” by the Newspaper Association of America, and profiled in The Wall Street Journal, largely because of these efforts.http://bakersfield.com
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Principal Product Manager, America Online8/1/1998Aug 1http://static3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120826150106/logopedia/images/3/37/AOL-logo.jpgAmerica Online.Managed multiple Web-based community products that were used by daily by 20M+ AOL members, including personal home page Hometown, Members.aol.com, Groups, Journals and You’ve Got Pictures. Defined product requirements in conjunction with software engineers and designers. Worked with business strategy managers to identify opportunities for monetization, and premium content partners like Warner Bros., C|Net and Better Homes & Gardens to ensure traffic and advertising revenue goals were met.
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Multimedia Producer, Knight Ridder Tribune Interactive11/1/1997Nov 1Produced multimedia Web packages about news topics for this early online content syndicator. After 8 months, created 200 microsites that combined background research with audio, video and three-dimensional computer animations from KRT’s “News in Motion” division. Packages were used by hundreds of newspaper Web sites across the country, including The Washington Post and San Jose Mercury News.
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Online Producer, Washingtonpost.com8/1/1995Aug 1Member of the core team that put The Washington Post on the Web for the first time. Managed the Business, Consumer Technology and Community sections. Worked with developers to create the Post’s first web-based message boards. Trained the entire Washington Post newsroom to edit and publish in raw HTML and set up rudimentary content process and workflow, years before content management systems existed.
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