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Eric Ulken

Editor for Interactive Technology, LATimes.com
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Eric Ulken is editor for interactive technology at latimes.com. He is responsible for developing new ways of collecting, organizing and presenting news and information through the use of database and mapping tools, as well as other technologies. Ulken was previously the site's managing editor for news, moving up from night managing editor, night news editor and weekend news editor in less than four years at the Times. He has worked for newspaper Web sites his entire career including the (Jackson, Miss.) Clarion-Ledger, NOLA.com (New Orleans Times-Picayune site) and the Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch. The New Orleans native attended the University of Missouri School of Journalism on a national merit scholarship, earning a Bachelor of Journalism. Ulken holds a Master of Arts in communication from the USC Annenberg School for Communication.


KDMC Sessions

Best practices:  Writing for online is different
October 01, 2007, 11:45 AM - 1:15 PM
Windows Media Video: Video: Best practices:  Writing for online is different (166 MB)
Word Document: Best practice: Online writing
Word Document: Best practice: Online writing exercise
SEMINAR: Journalism in a 24/7 World: Decision-making for the Online Editor

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