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Leadership Summit: The Future of Local News and Public Media

July 17, 2010 - July 20, 2010
Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, University of Southern California
In partnership with National Public Radio and Public Interactive

About | Agenda | Speakers | Fellows | Resources | | NPR Managers and Representatives

Fellows

Tung Angie
product manager, Public Interactive, a division of NPR Digital Media

Tamar Charney
program director, Michigan Radio

Jason DeRose
senior editor, national desk, NPR

Emily Donahue
news director, KUT

Vincent Duffy
news director, Michigan Radio

Juliet Fromholt
webmaster, reporter and music programmer, WYSO

Doug Gaff
director of technology for Public Interactive, a division of NPR

Erin Hennessey
news director, KPLU

Jason Kandel
managing editor for online, Southern California Public Radio's kpcc.org

Brian Larson
news director, KUNC

Tom May
manager of operations and chief engineer, WUWM

Emily McCord
reporter and "All Things Considered" host, WYSO

Kirk Mowers
content director, KUNC

Keith Neisler
assistant general manager and program director, 88.9 WEKU

Jim Orlando
software marketing and sales manager, Public Interactive, a division of NPR Digital Media

Madalyn Painter
director of interactive media, St. Louis Public Radio | 90.7 KWMU

Marge Pitrof
news manager, WUWM

Jim Reese
manager of digital technology, KUT

Alex Schaffert-Callaghan
director of digital media, Southern California Public Radio

Adam Schweigert
director of new media, Indiana Public Media

Matt Sepic
news producer, St. Louis Public Radio

Jennifer Strachan
assistant general manager/director of public media, KPLU

Ki-Min Sung
editorial product manager, Public Interactive's Core Publisher

Julie Tennill
membership coordinator, 88.9 WEKU

Rachel Ward
editor, Innovation Trail

Andrew Wheeland
director of interactive services, WXXI Public Broadcasting

Sara Wittmeyer
news bureau Chief, WFIU and WTIU

David Wright
senior interactive designer, NPR Digital

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