Oct. 16-18 at Stanford University and the Sheraton Palo Alto

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Sunday, October 18 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Tell me a story

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Stories are the lifeblood of journalism, but in this digital era how do we keep our focus on telling stories in ways that connect with readers (or listeners or viewers). This session explores ways that storytellers are innovating and making their mark in this new world and how editors can tap into the power of the story.

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Pam Fine

Knight Chair in News, Leadership and Community, University of Kansas
Pam Fine is the Knight Chair for News, Leadership and Community at the University of Kansas where she teaches classes in reporting, ethics and news literacy and works with news organizations on content and leadership projects. Prior to joining KU, Fine served in a variety of news... Read More →

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Megan Finnerty

Reporter, The Arizona Republic
Megan Finnerty is a journalist, emcee and storytelling consultant. Essentially, she's a professional listener. She is a reporter at The Arizona Republic and founder of the Arizona Storytellers Project. The project blends the authenticity and hype-free discipline of storytelling as... Read More →
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John Sutter

Columnist, CNN Digital
John D. Sutter is a columnist for CNN and creator of the network’s “2 degrees” project, which aims to involve readers in climate change coverage. His interactive story on modern slavery in Mauritania won the 2013 Livingston Award, as well as honors from the Foreign Press Association... Read More →

Sunday October 18, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm PDT
Room: Berg C (2nd floor) Li Ka Shing Center