Podcast from Gregory FCA’s national media panelApril 21, 2010
As promised, here is the podcast from Gregory FCA’s national media panel round table, The Art of News and Storytelling in the Age of Social and Digital Media. This is the complete audio from the panel discussion, which brought together top reporters, writers, editors, and managers from around the country to talk about how social and digital media is changing news and storytelling.
Panelists that you’ll hear from on the podcast include:
- 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
Their insights and perspectives are from right where the rubber meets the road. There was a lot to be learned from the discussion, and I wrote about my short list of take aways the other day.
If you attended the event, give the podcast a listen for something you might have missed or want to hear again. If you didn’t make it, lend your ear to find out how the media is using new communications pathways to tell more compelling stories, connect with readers, and build brands online.
If you’d like to listen to the podcast on the go in your mp3 player, you can download it to your computer by right-clicking the podcast link, and hitting “Save Link As.” From there, you can upload it to your mp3 player and listen to it in the car, while jogging, etc. Or, you can also read through the transcript if you’d prefer.
We welcome everyone to leave a comment and share their thoughts on the event and what they learned. We’ll have the video of the panel discussion on the blog next, so check back to watch it in full.