Klein News Innovation Camp 2019 Final Agenda
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TImeRoomSession TitleSpeakers Description
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10:00 am - 10:50 am302Lessons on Collaborative Journalism from Resolve PhiladelphiaDanya Henninger, Billy Penn
Wendy Warren, NBC Philadelphia / Telemundo 62
Sara Lomax-Reese, WURD
Laura Deutch, PhillyCAM
André Natta, Resolve Phladelphia
One of the most dynamic examples nationally of collaborative journalism is Resolve Philadelphia, involving dozens of newsrooms. Listen to several case studies specific to their projects, and lessons that other cities, newsrooms and journalists can act on.
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10:00 am - 10:50 am304Funding of the Future NewsroomMolly de Aguiar, Independence Public Media Foundation
Anna Nirmala, American Journalism Project
Cheryl Thompson-Morton, The Lenfest Institute for Journalism
Julie Zeglen, Technical.ly
Nonprofit, For-profit; Philanthropy, Investment; Longterm, Shortterm: listen to this conversation about how we get to newsrooms of the future
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10:00 am - 10:50 am310Are the News Media Killing Democracy?Chris Satullo, Keystone Civic Ventures A rapid review of the evidence that they just might be, and a rundown of steps they can take to turn things around.
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11:00 am -11:50 am302Associated Press & SAP Present: A Conversation on D&I in the WorkplaceLloyd Adams, SAP
Emily Swanson, AP
Fabiola Cineas, Philly Mag
Technology has drastically transformed news reporting, dissemination and consumption. Because of this shift, newsrooms are investing to experiment with new and exciting ways to deliver content to their readers and uncover new revenue streams. Research and development is one example of how news organizations are diversifying their offerings, leveraging technology to uncover data insights on real-world trends. In this panel session led by Philly Magazine business editor Fabiola Cineas, AP and SAP will discuss the genesis, results and significance of a new workplace diversity survey the two organizations partnered to produce. Panelists will explore how media organizations should evaluate research as a value offering as well as the impact issues like D&I and #MeToo are having in settings ranging from the newsroom to the modern workplace – and what organizations can do to keep this conversation going.
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11:00 am -11:50 am304Fight Bias wi/ Content StrategyDavid Dylan Thomas, Think CompanyDescription not posted on the board
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11:00 am -11:50 am310Embracing the Visual, Verbal and Viral MediaChris Gentilviso, Richmond Times-DispatchHow post-millenial consumption habits are reshaping the news
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12:00 pm - 1:00 PMAtriumFireside Chat w/ Michael Smerconish (Lunchtime Keynote)Michael Smerconish, CNN, SiriusXM
Christopher Wink, Technically Media
Deep into the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election, we'll look at the relationship between commentary and reportage in today's era.
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1:10 pm - 2:00 pm302Freelancer Story AuctionKerith Gabriel, Philadelphia Weekly
Danya Henninger, Billy Penn
Brian Howard, Philadelphia Magazine
Patrick Kerkstra, Inquirer.com
Eugene Sonn, WHYY
Wendy Warren, NBC10
Julie Zeglen, Technical.ly

Freelancers:
Emma Restrepo
Shalon Baylis
Peak Johnson
Lynette Hazelton
Grant Hill
Hannah Chinn
Freelancers will pitch stories in various stages of development, to an audience of editors who will bid for the publication rights. This is a REAL auction folks — each freelancer will set a minimum bid and the editors can bid in any increment above the minimum.
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1:10 pm - 2:00 pm310PUSH IT (making alerts) REAL GOODVirginia Arrigucci, AP
Krystal Knapp, Planet Princeton
Dave Clark, AP
Josh Cornfield, AP
RJI fellows Virginia Arrigucci (AP) and Krystal Knapp (Planet Princeton) on making notifcations better
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2:10 pm - 3:00 pm302A Distributed Future For Journalism Aram Zucker-Scharff, Washington Post
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2:10 pm - 3:00 pm304How to Bring a Community Together to Build a PodcastJordan Guss-Poore, The Advocate
Heather Chin, AAJA + Freelance
Description not posted on the board
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2:10 pm - 3:00 pm310Remote Worker Playbook: How to Thrive Away from the NewsroomRoberto Torres, CIO Dive
Stephen Babcock, Technical.ly
Description not posted on the board
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3:10 pm - 4:00 pm 302Dinner Parties = Journalism & Community Building (lesson from Pilcrow House)Sean BlandaDescription not posted on the board
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3:10 pm - 4:00 pm 304Covering Community Gun Violence: Practical Guidance from #BGVR201Alison BurdoJournalists covering community gun violence are navigating a very difficult course that involves informing the public while respecting the communities and victims directly impacted. At Klein Camp, learn the major takeaways presented by a variety of key stakeholders at the inaugural Better Gun Violence Reporting Summit. We'll share terminology, demystify assumptions about the epidemic of gun violence, and offer suggestions for source development. Get the Cliff's Notes version of #BGVR2019 so you can incorporate solutions journalism practices into your coverage of community gun violence.
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3:10 pm - 4:00 pm 310The Misconceptions of Musc JournalismAshley Paskill Description not posted on the board
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4:00 pm - 4:30 pmAtriumClosing Remarks Christopher Wink, Technically MediaChris will share a few words to close out the day. Walk over to happy hour with him after the remarks!
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4:30 pm - 7:00 pm 1431 Cecil B. Moore Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19121HAPPY HOUR @ DRAUGHT HORSE - Enjoy free drinks and snacks, on us! Meet us at Draught Horse.
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