Speakers

Andy Carvin

Senior Product Manager, Community, NPR Digital Media

Andy Carvin is Senior Product Manager, Community at NPR Digital Media. In that capacity, he helps develop NPR strategy for social media, from the integration of blogs into radio shows to the development of social networking and user-generated content initiatives. Prior to coming to NPR in September 2006, Andy was director of the Digital Divide Network (www.digitaldivide.net), an online social network launched in 1999 to help communities develop strategies for bridging the digital divide and improving media literacy. Andy is an avid blogger, contributing to the PBS education blog learning.now (pbs.org/learningnow), the video blog Rocketboom.com and his own blog, andycarvin.com. Andy is also an independent filmmaker, including co-producing the 2002 documentary "Thai Boxing: A Fighting Chance" for the National Geographic Channel. In 2005, he was awarded the TR35 Prize, MIT Technology Review Magazine's annual award to the 35 most innovative technology leaders 35 and under, for his international advocacy work on bridging the digital divide, as well as conducting pioneering experiments to create podcasts via a mobile phone.


KDMC Sessions

Lunch Program:  Social networking: The global landscape of interaction from outside NPR
January 14, 2008, 12:00 PM - 10:30 AM
SEMINAR: National Public Radio Strategic Leadership Planning Conference

Lunch Program:  Social networking: The global landscape of interaction from outside NPR
January 14, 2008, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
SEMINAR: National Public Radio Strategic Leadership Planning Conference

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