In true unconference fashion, the attendees helped pick the sessions and after each session, everyone was thrown into groups for discussion and takeaways. But this year was different of course. The virtual Klein News Innovation Camp featured 30-minute conversations on heady issues.
Below watch those conversations.
10am-10:30am — Moral Clarity and Journalism: How are newsrooms part of the problem, and part of the solution?
- Wes Lowery, CBS News
- Alexis Johnson, Vice News
- Tom Rosenstiel, American Press Institute
- Christopher Wink, Technical.ly
11am-11:30am — Niche, Beat and Community Reporting: When, how and why can smaller, focused and expert be better?
- Elizabeth Green, Chalkbeat CEO
- Chris Wink, Technically Media CEO
- Sabrina Vourvoulias, Generocity.org
12:10pm-12:50pm — Wow, 2020 (Lunchtime Roundtable): How are newsrooms changing for the better, and the worse, because of this year?
- David Boardman, Temple University
- Marsha Cooke, VP of Impact, Vice
- Sewell Chan, Editorial Page Editor, Los Angeles Times
1pm-1:30pm — News Organizations and Earned Income: How are newsrooms solving problems that people will pay for?
- Ken Doctor, Newsonomics
- Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post
- Liza Gross, Vice President Practice Change, Solutions Journalism
2pm-2:30pm: Professional Development in Media and Journalism — How do we bring new skills, support mentorship and ensure more diverse newsrooms?
- Steve Waldman, Report for America
- Sandra Clark, WHYY
- Lu Ann Cahn, Temple University Klein College
Find the full playlist here.