Morning seminar: Join us to hear from some of our city’s leading journalists about their typical day on the job, and what it’s like to be on the other side of the pitch.
Monthly Luncheon: Kevin Riley, editor, Atlanta Journal Constitution, will explore this new age of news, and how technology and reader engagement has made ours a smaller, better connected world.
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Seminar - 9:30 - 11:00 am; Monthly Luncheon - Noon - 1:00 pm
3368 Peachtree Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30326
Online registration is closed.
Register for the morning seminar only, the luncheon program only, or both with one easy registration.
Morning Seminar: Coffee with the Media
Registration: 9:15 am; Seminar: 9:30 - 11:00 am
Join us to hear from some of our city’s leading journalists about their
typical day on the job, and what it’s like to be on the other side of
the pitch. Our panelists will share what it takes for a story to stand
out from the crowd, covering everything from the best time and ways to
pitch, to finding the right angle and executing successful follow up.
There will be plenty of time for Q&A with the audience.
- Jovita Moore, Evening Anchor, WSB-TV (ABC), Channel 2 Action News at 5PM and Channel 2 Action News Nightbeat
- Jim van Anglen, News Editor, overseeing State News for Georgia and Alabama for the Associated Press in Atlanta
- Jennifer Leslie, Reporter, WXIA (NBC), contributes to morning and
weekend newscasts, Jennifer works early mornings and reports for both
11Alive News Today and 11Alive News Saturday & Sunday Morning.
- Ninette Sosa, reporter, NewsRadio 106.7
Moderator: Mitch Leff, Leff & Associates
Monthly Luncheon - From Black and White to Bits and Bytes: Atlanta Journal-Constitution Editor Kevin Riley Shares Insights on The New Age of News
Registration: 11:30 am; Lunch & Program: Noon - 1:00 pm
business of gathering and reporting news has undergone massive change in this
decade, and while some outlets have struggled to adapt, others have evolved to
become more relevant and accessible. No longer limited by print deadlines or a
one-hour nightly broadcast, news is reported all day, every day, both by
professional reporters and citizen journalists. In this landscape, news outlets are required
to build a new kind of relationship with readers, competing with myriad voices
that are vying for their trust.
the August monthly luncheon, Atlanta
Journal-Constitution Editor Kevin Riley will explore this new age of news,
and how technology and reader engagement has made ours a smaller, better
connected world. Register early for the annual media-focused luncheon to learn
how public relations practitioners can adjust, assist and influence producers,
editors and reporters in a 24x7 cycle.
Speaker: Kevin Riley, editor, Atlanta Journal-Constitution