2013 presentations

Speaker Presentations 

View from the C-Suite
  • Gracia C. Martore, Gannett president/CEO 
  • Mark Thompson, The New York Times Co. president/CEO 
  • Patrick J. Talamantes, McClatchy president/CEO
  • Katharine Weymouth, Washington Post Media CEO and Washington Post publisher 
  • Moderator David Folkenflik, NPR media correspondent
 
Leading Innovation: The Short Takes and the Long View
  • Dale Peskin, iFOCOS and WeMedia cofounder/managing director
  • Kevin Dale, The Denver Post news director
  • Brian Boyer, NPR news applications editor
  • Javaun Moradi, NPR product manager
  • Nancy Barnes, Minneapolis Star Tribune editor/senior VP
  • John Drescher, Raleigh News & Observer executive editor/senior VP
  • Tina Rosenberg, The New York Times contributor
  • Karen Magnuson, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle editor/VP of news
  • Moderator Val Hoeppner, Val Hoeppner Media and Consulting owner
 
ASNE Writing Award Winners
  • Joe Neff, Raleigh News & Observer; Karen Garloch, The Charlotte Observer (Local Accountability Reporting award)
  • Bob Moore, El Paso Times (Burl Osborne Award for Editorial Leadership)
  • Kim Marcum and Arelis Hernandez, Orlando Sentinel (Freedom Forum/ASNE Award for Distinguished Writing on Diversity)
  • Phillip Morris and Chris Quinn, The Cleveland Plain Dealer (Commentary/Column award)
  • Kevin Cullen, The Boston Globe (Batten Medal)
  • Joe Amon and Tim Rasmussen, Denver Post (Community Service Photojournalism award)
  • Jennifer Brown, Michael Booth, Ryan Parker, Kevin Dale and Dana Coffield, Denver Post (Deadline News Reporting award) Hannah Fairfield, The New York Times (Punch Sulzberger Award for Online Storytelling)
  • Moderator Ken Paulson, First Amendment Center president/CEO
 
What the Audience is Telling us About the Future of News 
  • Presenter Tom Rosenstiel, American Press Institute executive director.
 
Engagement and Experience: What the Boss Should Know
  • Melissa Bell, Washington Post director, digital development
  • Tim Gowa, ABC News and 20/20 associate producer
  • David Wright, NPR design director
  • Amanda Zamora, ProPublica engagement editor
  • Moderator Matt Mansfield, National Geographic executive editor, digital content
 
The Future of Print: Where the Print Edition Fits into Multi-Platform Strategies
  • Jim Amoss, New Orleans Times-Picayune editor
  • Ken Brusic, Orange County Register editor
  • Joycelyn Winnecke, Chicago Tribune associate editor/VP
  • Karen Peterson, Tacoma News Tribune editor
  • Moderator Nancy Barnes, Minneapolis Star Tribune editor/senior VP
The Government vs. the Press
  • Kathleen Carroll, Associated Press executive editor
  • James Rosen, Fox News chief Washington correspondent/host of Foxhole
  • Thomas Drake, National Security Agency senior employee turned whistle-blower (his prosecution under the Espionage Act collapsed in 2011)
  • Moderator Marty Baron, The Washington Post executive editor
 
Why Diversity Matters Now More than Ever
  • Presenter Karen Magnuson, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle editor/VP of news
Diversity: Where are We? What’s Working? 
  • Presenter Keith Woods, NPR VP for diversity in news and operations

Special Address on News Literacy
  • Introduction by Clark Bell, McCormick Foundation journalism program director
 
News Literacy: What’s an Editor to Do? 
  • Alan Miller, The News Literacy Project president/CEO
  • Lyn Millner, Florida Gulf Coast University journalism professor
  • Dean Miller, Stony Brook University’s Center for News Literacy director
  • Brenda Butler, Columbia Links executive director
  • Moderator Rex Smith, Albany Times Union editor
Brenda Butler presentation       
Alan Miller presentation

Lyn Milner presentation

Data Journalism: The Myths and the Magic
  • Rich Gordon, Medill School of Journalism professor of digital innovation
  • Michelle Minkoff, Associated Press interactive producer
  • Jennifer LaFleur, ProPublica director of computer-assisted reporting
  • Marc Lavallee, The New York Times deputy editor for interactive
  • Moderator Melanie Sill, Southern California Public Radio executive editor
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Creating a Startup Culture 
  • Presenter Butch Ward, The Poynter Institute senior faculty
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Rise and Shine on Social Media: A Workshop for Early Birds
  • Presenter Sree Sreenivasan, Columbia University chief digital officer/journalism professor

Improving Reliability: A Frank Talk about Errors, Plagiarism and Fabrication in Newsrooms
  • Teresa Schmedding, American Copy Editors Society president
  • Michael Oreskes, Associated Press senior managing editor
  • Marilyn Thompson, Reuters Washington bureau chief
  • Moderator Jack Shafer, Reuters columnist
 
Sunshine in Government Award 
  • Kevin Goldberg, ASNE legal counsel
  • Rick Blum, Sunshine in Government Initiative coordinator

Readers' and Viewers' Representatives: Who Needs Them? 
  • Mike Getler, PBS ombudsperson
  • Margaret Sullivan, The New York Times public editor
  • Robert Lipsyte, ESPN ombudsperson
  • Moderator Clark Hoyt, Bloomberg LP senior adviser to the chief executive officer
 
Knight Foundation
  • Presenter Mike Maness, VP of journalism and media innovation at the Knight Foundation.
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Web, Tablets and Mobile: What's Working for Paywalls
  • Maribel Wadsworth, Gannett VP of audience development and engagement
  • George Rodrigue, The Dallas Morning News managing editor/VP
  • Jeremy Gockel, McClatchy Interactive product manager
  • Moderator David Boardman, The Seattle Times executive editor/senior VP
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