2015 Presentations


Friday, Oct. 16

Friday opening session/Reception and auction

Presentation

Saturday, Oct. 17

Coffee with your counsel

Kevin M. Goldberg, ASNE legal counsel, Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth, P.L.C.
Terry Mutchler, attorney, Pepper Hamilton LLP

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What's new? What's next?
 
Moderator: Tom Rosenstiel, executive director, American Press Institute
Speakers:

Alfredo Carbajal, managing editor, Al Dia (The Dallas Morning News) 
Ken Doctor, author and industry analyst
Mizell Stewart, managing director of content, Journal Media Group


Presentation


Flip it! Disruptive ways to engage untapped audiences
 
Introduction: Karen Magnuson, editor and vice president/news, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Moderators:
Peggy Holman, co-founder, Journalism Matters
Mike Fancher, former interim director, Turnbull Portland Center and Agora Journalism Center, University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication
 
Speakers:
Gilbert Bailon, editor, St. Louis Post-Dispatch 
Alfredo Carbajal, managing editor, Al Dia (The Dallas Morning News)
Suki Dardarian, managing editor, Minneapolis Star Tribune

Presentation

News in real time

Moderator: Mandy Jenkins, director of news, Storyful
 
Speakers:
Thomas Brew, managing editor, BreakingNews.com
Sachin Kamdar, CEO, Parse.ly
Jim McClure, executive editor, York Daily Record
Julie Westfall, Real-Time News Desk editor, Los Angeles Times

Presentation

Awards luncheon
 
ASNE Awards

APME Awards

News partnerships in the era of social media
 
Moderator: Dawn Garcia, managing director, John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford
 
Speakers:
Nancy Barnes, editor and executive vice president, Houston Chronicle
Adam Sharp, head of news, government and elections, Twitter

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No sheriff in town

Moderator: Jill Geisler, Bill Plante Chair of Leadership and Media Integrity, Loyola University Chicago
 
Speakers:
Katrice Hardy, managing editor, The Virginian-Pilot
Michelle Holmes, vice president/content, Alabama Media Group
Mitch Pugh, executive editor, The Post and Courier in Charleston, South Carolina
Mike Wilson, editor, The Dallas Morning News

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Going live

Moderator: Jim Simon, managing editor, The Seattle Times
 
Speakers:
Joanna Bean, editor, The Gazette in Colorado Springs
Rosey Rosenthal, executive director, The Center for Investigative Reporting
Joycelyn Winnecke, president, Tribune Content Agency

Next generation news habits

Moderator: Jim Brady, CEO, Billy Penn (Spirited Media) 
 
Speakers:
Tony Elkins, assistant managing editor/innovation, Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Tran Ha, Media Experiments Project lead, Institute of Design (d.school) at Stanford
Jessee Holcomb, associate director of journalism research, Pew Research Center
Jennifer Maerz, former editor-in-chief, Gannett's new media project, The Bold Italic
 
Presentation by Holcomb

Presentation by Maerz

Wine (not Whine) with Butch and Jill

Introduction: George Rodrigue, editor, The Cleveland Plain Dealer 
 
Speakers:
Jill Geisler, Bill Plante Chair of Leadership and Media Integrity, Loyola University Chicago
Tran Ha, Media Experiments Project lead, Institute of Design (d.school) at Stanford
 
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The war on science: What journalists need to know

Moderator: Susan Goldberg, editor-in-chief, National Geographic Magazine and News
 
Speakers:
Joel Achenbach, staff writer, The Washington Post
Lee Rainie, director of Internet, science and technology research, Pew Research Center
 
Presentation

Sunday, Oct. 18

Startup stories: What journalists can learn from Silicon Valley
 
Moderator: Dawn Garcia, managing director, John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at StanfordClark 

Speakers:
Adriano Farano, CEO, Watchup 
Liz Gannes, senior editor, Re/code
Jigar Mehta, engagement lead, AJ+

Video by Farano
Video by Gannes
Video by Mehta

Innovator of the Year

Moderator: Joe Hight, APME board member 

Presenters:

Mike Anastasi, senior vice president/news and executive editor, Los Angeles News Group
Zuri Berry, deputy managing editor for multimedia, Boston Herald
Dave Morris, director of video, The Oklahoman
Joe Sciacca, editor-in-chief, Boston Herald 
Tom Shattuck, executive producer, Boston Herald Radio 


Video by the Boston Herald
Video by the Los Angeles News Group
Video by The Oklahoman

Following the money in 2016

Introduction: Kathleen Carroll, executive editor, The Associated Press

Moderator: Brian Carovillano, managing editor of U.S. news, The Associated Press

Speakers:

Julie Bykowicz, national political reporter, The Associated Press
David Scott, U.S. political editor, The Associated Press
Tom Verdin, national editor, The Associated Press


Presentation

APME Community Key Initiatives Awards

Presentation

Doubling down on data

Moderator: Shazna Nessa, director of journalism, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

Speakers:

Gene Balk, FYI Guy columnist, The Seattle Times
Kaizar Campwala, president, CALmatters
Stephen Engelberg, editor-in-chief, ProPublica
Jennifer LaFleur, senior editor for data journalism, The Center for Investigatie Reporting 


Presentation by Balk
Presentation by Campwala
Presentation by Engelberg
Presentation by LaFleur

 

Five cardinal sins and five legal issues to bear in mind

Speaker: Kevin Goldberg, ASNE legal counsel, Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth, P.L.C.

Presentation by Goldberg

New media, new ethics

Moderator: Peter Canellos, executive editor, POLITICO

Speakers:

Kristen Go, managing editor, San Francisco Chronicle
Mat Honan, San Francisco bureau chief, BuzFeed News
Kevin Merida, managing editor, The Washington Post
Rhonda R. Shearer, founder, iMediaEthics


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Covering terrorism or tooled by terrorists? A media dilemma 

Moderator: Chris Peck, associate editor, The Riverton (Wyo.) Ranger

Speakers:

Martha Crenshaw, senior fellow, Center for International Security and Cooperation and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University
Lucy Dalglish, dean, Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland
Herbert Lin, senior researcher for cyber policy and security, Center for International Security and Cooperation
Sarah Oates, senior scholar on media and the Internet, Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland
 

Presentation by Oates

Recruiting a diverse team


Moderator: Martin Reynolds, senior editor, Oakland Tribune

Speakers:

Russell Contreras, immigration reporter/photographer/videographer, The Associated Press
S. Mitra Kalita, managing editor, Los Angeles Times


*** No presentations in this session

Tell me a story

Moderator: Pam fine, Knight Chair in News, Leadership and Community, The University of Kansas

Speakers:

Megan Finnerty, reporter, The Arizona Republic
John Sutter, columnist, CNN Digital


Presentation aby Finnerty
Presentation by Sutter


Closing keynote: "Getting Ideas Out of Your Head and Into the World

Moderator: Dawn Garcia, managing director, John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford

Speaker: Tinna Seelig, executive director, Stanford Technology Ventures Program, School of Engineering at Stanford University