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Saturday, October 17 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Flip it! Disruptive ways to engage untapped audiences

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Introduction: Karen Magnuson, editor and vice president/news, Rochester Democrat & Chronicle

Social media and other digital innovations have changed the landscape in everything we do as journalists, and that includes the critical need for closer ties in all of our diverse communities. Learn innovative engagement techniques and join facilitated conversations about story development and community engagement on hot coverage topics, including:

  • Race and lessons learned from Ferguson.
  • What’s next with immigration.
  • Muslims in America as ISIS fear builds.

Groups will discuss myths, innovative ideas/solutions to problems, great journalistic work and what each editor is taking away from the conversation to advance the cause at home. Attendees will also receive handouts with additional information and tools to use.


Moderators
avatar for Mike Fancher

Mike Fancher

Former interim director, Turnbull Portland Center and Agora Journalism Center, University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communiation
Mike Fancher recently completed serving a dual capacity for the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication as interim director of the SOJC’s Turnbull Portland Center and of the SOJC’s new Agora Journalism Center. Fancher retired from The Seattle Times in 2008... Read More →
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Peggy Holman

Co-founder, Journalism That Matters
Peggy Holman is executive director of Journalism That Matters, a nonprofit she co-founded with three journalists to re-conceive news and information to support communities and democracy. She has helped explore a nascent field of social technologies that enable diverse groups to... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Gilbert Bailon

Gilbert Bailon

Editor, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Gilbert Bailon, editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, won the 2014 Benjamin C. Bradlee Editor of the Year Award from the National Press Foundation. The Post-Dispatch won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography for its coverage of unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. He is... Read More →
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Alfredo Carbajal

Managing editor, Al Día (The Dallas Morning News)
Alfredo Carbajal is managing editor of the Al Día at The Dallas Morning News where he practices journalism for digital, mobile and print platforms in English and Spanish. As a member of the American Society of News Editors (ASNE) Executive Committee, he leads the Minority Leadership... Read More →
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Suki Dardarian

Senior managing editor, Minneapolis Star Tribune
Suki Dardarian is senior managing editor and vice president at the Star Tribune in Minneapolis. Before that, she was a managing editor at The Seattle Times. During that time, The Times earned two Pulitzer Prizes and was honored as one of four large top news sites by the Online News... Read More →
avatar for Karen Magnuson

Karen Magnuson

Editor and vice president/News, Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Karen Magnuson, editor and vice president/news of the Democrat and Chronicle, is a passionate advocate for diversity and was recognized with The McGruder Award for Diversity Leadership in 2009. She is on the board of ASNE and co-chair of the Diversifying the News Committee. Magnuson... Read More →


Saturday October 17, 2015 10:45am - 11:45am
Room: LK130 (1st floor) Li Ka Shing Center