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Oct. 8-11 at Washington Marriott Wardman Park

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Monday, October 9 • 4:20pm - 5:25pm
Innovator of the Year

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Conference attendees will choose the winner of APME's annual Innovator of the Year award. Each of three finalists will make a brief presentation on their innovation and take audience questions. The finalists are:
  • Los Angeles Times for "SNAP" (Simple News Assembly Platform) - presented by James Perez, software engineering lead, and Evan Wagstaff, newsroom product engineer
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for "Just the FAQs" - presented by Greg Borowski, deputy managing editor for projects, investigations and digital innovation
  • WBUR Boston for its website redesign and associated audience engagement efforts - presented by Tiffany Campbell, executive editor for digital

Panelists/Speakers
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Greg Borowski

Deputy managing editor/projects, investigations & digital innovation, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
GREG BOROWSKI is the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's deputy managing editor for projects, investigations and digital innovation, as well as editor of PolitiFact Wisconsin. As an editor, he has overseen projects that have received the Pulitzer Prize, the Worth Bingham Prize for Inves... Read More →
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James Perez

Los Angeles Times
JAMES PEREZ is a lead software engineer for Tronc Inc. and the Los Angeles Times with a BS in Computer Science from the University of North Texas.  Initially a WordPress consultant for LAT special projects, he now leads the SNAP team in developing cool new tools for all of Tronc&rsquo... Read More →
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Evan Wagstaff

Newsroom product engineer, Los Angeles Times
EVAN WAGSTAFF is a newsroom product engineer and builds special projects as a member of the Los Angeles Times data desk. He also develops SNAP, the custom content creation application that powers the Los Angeles Times and other Tronc newsrooms across the country.


Monday October 9, 2017 4:20pm - 5:25pm
Salon 1 Washington Marriott Wardman Park, 2660 Woodley Rd NW, Washington, DC 20008

Attendees (8)