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Oct. 8-11 at Washington Marriott Wardman Park

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Sunday, October 8 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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(Pre-confernece workshop on community engagement, advance registration required)

Practical tips from a panel of editors and other journalists who have mounted successful efforts to engage their communities.

Panelists/Speakers
avatar for Mark Baldwin

Mark Baldwin

Executive editor, Rockford Register Star
MARK BALDWIN was appointed executive editor of the Rockford Register Star in 2012 after previously working for newspapers in Wisconsin, Kansas, Florida and Chicago. In Rockford, he led the movement to get news literacy training into the classroom and introduced structured public... Read More →
avatar for Summer Moore

Summer Moore

Digital and audience engagement editor, The Times of Northwest Indiana
SUMMER MOORE is digital and audience engagement editor for The Times of Northwest Indiana. In 2015, she helped launch Community Civility Counts. The campaign received APME’s Innovator of the Year award and helped The Times to be named one of Editor & Publisher’s 10 Newspapers Tha... Read More →
avatar for David Plazas

David Plazas

Opinion and engagement director, USA TODAY Network
DAVID PLAZAS is the Opinion and Engagement Director of the USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee and the Opinion and Engagement Editor for The Tennessean, one of six Tennessee network publications. He previously worked at The News-Press in Fort Myers, Florida.
avatar for Joe Woolley

Joe Woolley

State coordinator, ASNE's Tennessee Tough Issues Forum
JOE WOOLLEY is state coordinator of the Tennessee Tough Issues Forums, an initiative of ASNE’s National Community and News Literacy Roundtables Project. The Tennessee Tough Issues Forums have been held across the state on education issues using the principles of news literacy and... Read More →


Sunday October 8, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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