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Who, what, where and when: Digital Journalism Camp has a schedule

07/13/2009
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At long last, here it is. These are the session (two rooms) and the speakers at  Aug. 1 at Digital Journalism Camp Portland.

Big room:
9:30-10: Introduction
10-11: Hyper-local news: What works and what doesn’t
11-12: SEO for journalists: What, why, and unique challenges
12-1: Lunch
1-2: Digital storytelling
2-3: Licensing your work: a.k.a, What the heck is Creative Commons?
3-4: Real-world successful (and almost-successful) revenue models

Room #2:
10-11: Square peg, wrong hole: Why your news product doesn’t meet consumers’ needs
11-12: Journalism basics: Understand sourcing, fact-checking, corrections
12-1: Lunch
1-2: Video 101: cheap software and editing tips
2-3: Podcasting and audio journalism
3-4: Wikipedia for journalists

Room #3:
10-11: Unconference
11-12: Reserved for caterers
12-1: Reserved for caterers
1-2: Unconference
2-3: Unconference
3-4: Unconference

Here’s a few of the panelists and speakers you’ll find at those sessions:

Cornelius Swart, editor, Portland Sentinel
Ken Aaron, NeighborhoodNotes.com
Justin Carder, Neighborlogs
Ginger Grant, director, Creative Intelligence Laboratory, Simon Fraser University
Paula Holm Jensen, attorney, Holm Jensen Law LLC
Rachel Andersen, Anvil Media
Lisa Williams, Media Forte Marketing
Greg Swanson, former director of interactive media sales for Lee Enterprises; founder of ITZ Publishing
Alex Wilhelm, co-founder, Contenture
Michelle V. Rafter, journalist
Carolynn Duncan, founder, Portland 10
Aaron Weiss, producer,  KGW
Mike Gebhardt “Dr. Normal,” producer, Strange Love Live
Ethan Lindsey, OPB journalist– Our thoughts go out to Ethan and his family. For more on his health, visit http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/ethanlindsey/journal

Stay tuned in the coming days as we announce the final list of participants and moderators.

AND DON’T FORGET TO SIGN UP. Space is limited and the RSVP list will be CLOSED on July 27 30.

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