Gregory FCA sponsors The Art of News and Storytelling in the Age of Social and Digital Media panel discussion April 15March 23, 2010
A panel comprised of reporters, writers, editors, social media directors, and a nationally recognized professor from Columbia University are coming to Philadelphia, as part of a panel discussion designed to shed new light on the news business, storytelling, and social media in the digital age.
The Art of News and Storytelling in the Age of Social and Digital Media is a presentation and panel discussion that will take place Thursday, April 15, 2010 at the Pyramid Club in Philadelphia from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
The panel includes working journalists and social media commentators who will discuss the changing media landscape and provide a national perspective on how blog and news stories are developed, told, and shared.
Panelists will also share their thoughts on how the media is evolving and what communications, marketing, and media professionals need to know as the rules continue to change.
The two-hour event, which is sponsored by Gregory FCA, is open to students, the public, executives, and marketing and communications professionals. Students are free. The $15 admission fee is being donated to NewsTrust, a nonprofit organization helping people find and share good journalism online.
- Ted Anthony — Assistant Managing Editor, Associated Press
- Laurie Burkitt — Writer, Forbes
- Sara Clemence — Co-Founder and Editor, RecessionWire.com
- Jennifer Preston – Social Media Editor, The New York Times
- Sree Sreenivasan — Associate Professor and Dean of Student Affairs, Journalism, Columbia Journalism School
- Riva Richmond — Freelance Writer for The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal
- Brian Dresher — Manager of Social Media and Digital Partnerships, USA Today
The Pyramid Club is located at 1735 Market Street, 52nd Floor, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103. You can register by writing to Dana King or RSVP’ing online.