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How will the next generation of mobile media devices and networks change the way people consume news? Is mobile as big an opportunity as everyone seems to be predicting? How can media organizations innovate when resources are constrained? These are some of the critical questions that will be addressed during RJI’s fall 2012 Tablet Symposium on December 7. Futurist Michael Rogers and digital media guru Douglas Bennett will lead discussions about the technologies and strategies that are likely to shape digital publishing and the news media for the rest of the decade.

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Friday, December 7 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Strategies for Growth in the Era of Mobile News Media

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Exchange of ideas on strategies news organizations can apply in the near-term to increase access to mobile content and grow revenue. Also discussions on ways the RJI can assist news organizations through research and projects.

 


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Dena Levitz

Manager of Digital Strategies, Newspaper Association of America
Dena Levitz is the manager of digital strategies for the Newspaper Association of America where she tracks innovative work by newspapers in the digital space. She’s also in the midst of pursuing a Master's degree in Media Entrepreneurship at American University, a first of its kind program to train digital media leaders. | | A University of Georgia graduate, Dena came up through the journalism ranks as a staff writer for the Augusta... Read More →
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Nikhil Modi

Chief Executive Officer, Whiz Technologies
Nikhil Modi is the chief executive officer of Whiz Technologies based in San Jose, California. He founded the company in 2009 to develop custom mobile apps for publishing and enterprise businesses that run on HTML5, iOS, Android and Blackberry devices. | | Previously he was chief executive office and advisory board member for Pressmart Media Ltd., an international digital publishing platform provider based in Hyderabad, India. | | Modi has a... Read More →
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Chris Peck

Editor, The Commercial Appeal
Chris Peck joined The Commercial Appeal as editor in December 2002. He oversees all news operations at the newspaper and serves on the executive management team. | | Prior to coming to Memphis he was the Belo Distinguished Chair in Journalism at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Before that he was editor of The Spokesman-Review in Spokane. He and his brother own some small newspapers in Wyoming. Chris is married to Kate Duignan and they... Read More →
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Michael Rogers

Futurist, The Practical Futurist
Michael Rogers is a different kind of futurist—one who combines real business experience with technology skills. Add to that the keen eye of an award-winning investigative journalist and the storytelling skill of a novelist, and you have The Practical Futurist. | | Michael is a dynamic speaker who delivers an entertaining and common-sense vision of change for business and individuals, blending technology, economics, demographics, culture... Read More →
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Tom Warhover

Associate Professor, Missouri School of Journalism
Tom Warhover is an associate professor and chair of the print and digital news faculty at the Missouri School of Journalism. He also is the executive editor for innovation at the Columbia Missourian, a community newspaper edited by professionals and staffed by student reporters, copy editors, designers and photographers. | | Prior to joining the university, he worked for The Virginian-Pilot, a 200,000 circulation daily newspaper serving... Read More →
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Andy Waters

President and General Manager, Columbia Daily Tribune
Andy Waters is co-owner, president and general manager of the Columbia Daily Tribune. He has been instrumental in the development of the Tribune’s website and mobile apps. | | Waters began his journalism career as a reporter for The Associated Press but returned to Columbia in 1995 to join the Tribune family, which happens to be his family, too.


Friday December 7, 2012 10:30am - 12:00pm
Palmer Room, 100A, RJI Reynolds Journalism Institue

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